Housing lotteries out of reach for locals, storage hacks for small bathrooms, & more

By Nathan Tempey  | March 6, 2018 - 11:00AM

How a high-end designer used plywood in renovating the house he bought in Bedford-Stuyvesant (New York Times)

The city is trying out dry ice as a tool for killing rats (Daily News)

Trump's steel and aluminum tariffs could drive up the cost of home construction (Habitat)

A map shows how city affordable housing lottery apartments are often unavailable to people living in the surrounding neighborhoods because income restrictions don't line up with what locals make (Curbed)

Checking in with a homelessness watchdog about how the de Blasio administration's housing policy is playing out on the ground (City Limits)

Storage ideas for small bathrooms (Apartment Therapy)

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