Why scaffolding is everywhere in NYC, adult dorms in Long Island City, & more

By Nathan Tempey  | April 20, 2018 - 11:00AM

Adult dorm "microsuties" are now renting in Long Island City (Curbed)

A look back at the tragedy that prompted New York's scaffolding requirements as new efforts to remove the blight of endless sidewalk sheds spur debate (City Limits)

Tour the house of an interior decorator in the Montreal suburbs (Apartment Therapy)

An 1880s townhouse on Central Park West with a lap pool in the basement is for sale for $29 million (New York Times)

For the dumpling-phile, or the Financial District worker seeking a short commute: A renter's guide to Chinatown (Curbed)

Should Flatbush get a Little Haiti designation? Residents are split, in part because there's already a Little Caribbean district (New York Times)

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