NY pulls together for Puerto Rico, fatal cornice collapse in the Bronx, more

By Lucy Cohen Blatter  | September 25, 2017 - 11:00AM

New York is giving back. On Sunday, Governor Cuomo announced the creation of a Puerto Rico relief fund to help the island ravaged by Hurricane Maria (New York Times)

More and more friends are going in on mortgages together. Queens and Staten Island lead the city in the practice (Real Estate Weekly)

Manhattan State Sen. Brad Hoylman is looking to pass legislation that would expose the owners of all of New York's LLCs, which would make it much more difficult to buy property anonymously (Associated Press)

Ready for a fall fix-up? Here are 13 affordable ways to transform your bedroom (Apartment Therapy)

Three people were injured, one critically, when a decorative cornice fell from a building in Mott Haven (DNAinfo)

One man's trash... An artist is making sculptures out of junk in Fort Washington Park in Washington Heights (West Side Rag)

In case you missed it: How forcing tenants to move became a business model for NYC landlords (Village Voice)

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