Kushner Co. shirking rent stabilization rules, Sag Harbor residents fight mega-mansions, more

By Georgia Kral | July 25, 2017 - 11:59AM 

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Construction has begun on the first of five buildings in an affordable development in the Bronx (Curbed)

When it comes to subways, de Blasio says he won't "throw good money after bad" (New York Daily News)

The famed building at 190 Bowery (pictured above) has found a tenant for its ground-floor retail (New York Post)

In quaint Sag Harbor, residents are concerned about the changing character of their town and are wary of "mega-mansions" (Wall Street Journal)

The MTA's new weapon: giant, battery-powered vacuums (The New York Times)

The Kushner Companies is skirting the law: after receiving tax breaks for a Williamsburg rental development, it has failed to register rent-stabilized apartments (The Real Deal)

Get inspired: this couple live well (and are highly organized!) in just a 400-square-foot apartment in the West Village (Apartment Therapy)

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