‘Dog Racism’ Protects Tenants, Co-Op Board Says; How Much Public Space Is Unused in NYC?

Posted On Thu, June 18, 2015 By

Posted On Thu, June 18, 2015 By In Real Estate Wire

  • Harry Styles checked out a $3.9M condo in Tribeca. [NYP]
  • “Harlem’s oldest townhouse” might have a brand new owner moving in. [Curbed]
  • An UWS co-op is arguing that their “dog racism” policy is really for the residents’ own good. [DNA Info]
  • A study from the Design Trust for Public Space has found that almost 700 miles of public space under NYC bridges, elevated subway tracks, highways and railways are going to waste. [Crain’s]
  • Work begins at 38 Sixth Avenue, a 100 percent affordable building at Pacific Park Brooklyn adjacent to the Barclays Center. [6sqft inbox]

Images: A harmless dog (L); Beneath the Manhattan Bridge(R)



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