Eli Manning's NJ condo sets price record, Fort Greene gets expensive, & more

By Nathan Tempey  | April 17, 2018 - 11:00AM

Eli Manning sold his Hoboken condo for a record $3.55 million (New York Post)

A doorman strike has been averted as the building-staff union, 32BJ, reached a deal with owners securing an 11 percent pay raise for members over the next four years, ahead of a Friday deadline (The Real Deal)

The listings website Zillow is getting into the house-selling business (The Real Deal)

Fort Greene, Brooklyn had the biggest year-over-year increase in home sales prices of any New York City neighborhood, according to a new report (Curbed)

The repair process for New York public housing has gotten streamlined (Next City)

Residents of Blissville, a cut-off sub-neighborhood of Long Island City, are angry about the arrival of homeless people, placed in local hotels by the city (amNewYork)

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