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In what marks the fifth affordable housing lottery to open in Brooklyn this year alone, a whopping 143 subsidized units are now accepting applications at...

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Years ago, when the spread of waterfront development in Williamsburg momentarily seemed containable, a group of residents and decay-junkies led an effort to preserve the...

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Jimmy McMillan has an enduring allure to him, especially at this moment in history, perhaps because he reminds us of a time when our,...

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Landlords occupy a rarefied position in American society, alongside lawyers, street canvassers and lousy journalists, in that the public always seems to think they...

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As you surely have noticed, the media have turned telling us why millennials are Bad into a cottage industry. Millennials are not having sex, they're not...

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The average NYC resident tends to avoid eating at a restaurant with a C rating — would they rent an apartment with a D-...

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Ah Boston, you ain't so bad, except for when it comes to the thought of actually living there, which, ugh, no. Our nation's most bro-friendly...

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Upon moving into my first two-bedroom apartment off-campus while attending school in Detroit, I was ready to prove to everyone (mostly my mom) that...

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There is nothing inherently wrong with steampunk on its face, other than how ridiculously loud a crowd of steampunks can get outside the Way Station every...

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If you've wandered around Fort Greene any time over the last year, then you've seen the eyesore of a building that's been under construction for forever...