Cynthia Nixon vows to champion tenants, what to know about owning a brownstone, & more

By Nathan Tempey  | May 4, 2018 - 11:00AM

Hell's Kitchen is getting one of New York's biggest apartment buildings, with more than 1,000 units (New York Times)

The city is moving forward on plans to build housing over Sunnyside Yards, even though Gov. Cuomo says he's against it (New York Post)

Gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon wants to end measures that allow landlords to deregulate rent-stabilized apartments and increase resources for housing enforcement (The Real Deal)

Elderly parents are moving to retirement communities in big metro areas to be near their kids (New York Times)

The Department of Buildings has decided to allow enclosed balconies on apartment buildings to stay, so long as owners can show they're safe (Habitat)

Brownstones is hosting a talk on what it's like to own a brownstone or townhouse on May 16th (Brownstoner)

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