NYCHA honcho resigns, the case for up-zoning Park Slope, & more

By Nathan Tempey  | April 11, 2018 - 11:00AM

Second-time home buyers would rather have a laundry room than a living room (Apartment Therapy)

Housing Authority head Shola Olatoye is resigning (New York Times) 

Firefighters saved three residents of an illegal attic apartment in Queens (New York Post)

How furniture design taste-makers from New York made a home in small-town Connecticut (New York Times)

11 City Council members are proposing allowing the construction of taller buildings in affluent white neighborhoods as a way of addressing racial segregation (City Limits)

How Martin Luther King's assassination spurred a short-lived low-income housing construction spree in New York (CityLab)

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