Antonio Banderas's apartment is for sale, roof deck alternatives, & more

By Nathan Tempey  | May 9, 2018 - 11:00AM

Some Atlantic Avenue landlords want out of a proposed Boerum Hill Historic District (Brooklyn Daily Eagle)

For buildings that can't support a conventional roof deck, there may be another way (Habitat)

Fair housing advocates are suing the Department of Housing and Urban Development after agency Secretary Ben Carson suspended an anti-segregation policy (Next City)

Antonio Banderas's big Central Park West co-op is on the market for $7.95 million (Curbed)

A developer and healthcare executive built a lavish house to withstand climate change in Miami (New York Times)

Sales are starting at a newly refurbished co-op complex in Riverdale. Studios start at $280,600 (Curbed)

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