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NYCHA residents sue the city, preserving East New York, & more

By BrickUnderground | February 28, 2018 - 11:00AM 

New York public housing residents are suing the city over chronic maintenance issues, failed lead inspections, and not hiring tenants (New York Times)

Inside one New Yorker's prewar co-op gut renovation (Apartment Therapy)

How does one air condition an apartment in a brownstone without damaging the facade with window units? (Brownstoner)

Preservationists want to save historic buildings in East New York (Hyperallergic)

The city is building an "affordable" co-op building in the Bronx, with apartments starting at $189,000, and set aside for middle-income earners (Curbed)

A development company is planning a condo tower as tall as 300 feet in Downtown Brooklyn (Crain's)

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