Thousands of stabilized apartments are at risk, the push to crack down on LLC buyers, and more

By Virginia K. Smith  | June 30, 2017 - 10:15AM

A change to the city's homeless shelter program could wipe out thousands of rent-stabilized apartments (Gothamist)

Why has the city been so slow to crack down on LLC buyers of questionable provenance? (Village Voice)

The high-rise that spawned a horrific fire in London would never pass muster with NYC's building codes (NYT)

There's a scientific reason while you magically wake up when the subway pulls into your stop (Science of Us)

For a seaside oasis outside the city, consider Connecticut's Fishers Island (NYP)

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