Living in a residentially segregated city, another soul-crushing landlord story, and more

By Brick Underground  | April 15, 2016 - 12:15PM 

S. Jhoanna Robledo

Locals discuss their segregated neighborhoods (New York Times)

What's in a name? A look at Brownsville and its moniker (Brownstoner)

A landlord's illegal construction drives his tenants to a shelter (DNAInfo)

The presidential candidates are all over NYC in the next few days—here's their schedule (WNYC)

A 10-unit building is up for sale, but as a single-family—for $22 million (Wall Street Journal)

In pictures: How the Bronx has changed since the 1890s (Curbed New York)



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