Word art could hurt your apartment sale, avoiding a doorman strike, & more

By Nathan Tempey  | March 2, 2018 - 11:00AM

The contractor charged with manslaughter in connection with the deadly 2015 East Village building explosion is allegedly doing un-permitted renovations in Harlem (Daily News)

Is the Department of Justice going to screw up the process of selling billions in seized New York City real estate? (The Real Deal)

Why word art can make it hard to sell your home (Apartment Therapy)

Interior designer Bunny Williams is selling her palatial Upper East Side co-op (New York Times)

Is 74 stories too tall for Downtown Brooklyn? (The Bridge)

Unionized apartment building staffers are negotiating their contract, which expires April 20th (Habitat)

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