Rich guy loses housing-lottery apartment, what happened to the sunken living room, & more

By Nathan Tempey  | February 27, 2018 - 11:00AM

A high-powered stockbroker has lost his battle to avoid eviction from a housing lottery apartment that he got by claiming to be low-income (The Real Deal)

How an attentive co-op board can shore up a building's reserves and spare residents painful assessments (Habitat)

Residents of a Queens public housing development are demanding that the city stop parking garbage trucks outside their buildings (City Limits)

Inside a turn-of-the-20th-century Park Slope brownstone that's for sale, with original wallpaper and stained glass windows intact (Brownstoner)

Whither the sunken living room? (Apartment Therapy)

The number of New Jersey-to-New-York commuters has grown by 28 percent over the last 25 years (New York Times)

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