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A new study measures the horrible toll of the pandemic on New York's children.
Beverage chains like Dunkin' Donuts and Starbucks grew, while clothing and shoe retailers took a hit.
A study on two Brooklyn rezonings comes as fair housing advocates prepare to lobby for City Council legislation that would force the city to perform a racial impact study as part of its rezoning process.
The 85-page study is expected to form the basis of the first comprehensive rezoning of SoHo and NoHo in decades.
Prices are increasing the fastest in the most affordable neighborhoods.
A Streeteasy study says that one in four new luxury condos built over the last six years are unsold.
In recent years, the city has been described as undergoing a full-on tree bloom.
The report, which was released on Monday, notably stopped short of recommending a bailout for the thousands of drivers who are struggling to pay back large loans.
Roughly 29% of all rent-stabilized units received preferential rent in 2017 compared to 23% in 2010.
A comprehensive report warns of catastrophe unless "transformative change" happens swiftly.
"Even if the IAI loophole is used with no fraud, the formula allows a major, sudden, permanent increase in rent for a relatively small investment in the apartment."
George Pakenham, an environmental activist and banker, has been doing this since the 1970s. Now his snitching has become rather lucrative.
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