Big Landlord is watching you, keeping your bedroom from becoming un-sexy, & more

By Nathan Tempey  | February 23, 2018 - 11:00AM

Building managers should work to facilitate closings, not disrupt them with last-minute surprises (Habitat)

A 26-year-old lists lessons learned from living in Bushwick (Bushwick Daily)

Big landlords are tracking tenants' and staffers' comings and goings with sensors and software (The Real Deal)

Tips for saving your bedroom from un-sexiness (Apartment Therapy)

New York City has the worst commutes in the country, according to a recent study (New York Times)

Residents of a designated historic block in Prospect Lefferts Gardens are calling the city on a neighbor who appears to be hoarding junk in her front yard, her house, and even on top of her car (CBS2)

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