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Funky Friday Listing: Billyburg Loft With Decrepit Walls, Ceiling Wants $1.5M Cash18 Apr 2014 | 3:45 pm EDT |

This one-bedroom Williamsburg loft has been looking for a buyer since early November, and here are a few reasons it might not be selling, even though it entered contract once. 1) The... continue reading

What’s hot on TRD Social right now18 Apr 2014 | 3:35 pm EDT |

1. Is Jon Bon Jovi livin’ on a prayer with a $37.5 million asking price on his SoHo pad? 2. New York a “bright spot” in U.S. housing market’s slow spring 3. Who works in the country’s most expensive office tower? Hint: Billionaire names abound 4. The boys of MDLNY took crazy to new heights during the newest episode 5. LEGO will piece together its new flagship store in time for a July opening Like... [more] continue reading

Urbanization Watch: SHoP Architects partner and urban planning...18 Apr 2014 | 3:20 pm EDT |

SHoP Architects partner and urban planning guru Vishaan Chakrabarti has an oped in the Times about increased migration to cities, which is a trend propelled not only by "hipsters" but also families, older workers, and retirees. To be sure, millennials... continue reading

East Village art gallery landlord, ex-owner at war over a wall18 Apr 2014 | 3:15 pm EDT |

The landlord of an East Village art gallery and its former owner are reportedly fighting each other for ownership of a painted wall within the structure. The Gathering of the Tribes gallery has occupied the three-story building at 285 East Third Street since its founder, Steve Cannon, purchased the property in 1970. Cannon sold it off in 2004 to recoup some debt and agreed to lease the second-floor from new owner Lorraine Zhang, the New... [more] continue reading

In NoHo: Squeezing In, With Some Creativity18 Apr 2014 | 3:11 pm EDT | Copyright 2014 The New York Times Company

Developers of a new boutique co-op in NoHo contend with an odd-shaped lot and a land lease, among other obstacles. continue reading

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