From the March issue: In this month’s roundup of New York City real estate history, The Real Deal looks back at a 1983 bipartisan proposal for retail rent-control from Republican Senator Frank Padavan, from Queens, and Democratic assembly member Jerrold Nadler, from Manhattan. REBNY weighed in and he bill was never voted into law. TRD also delves into a 1933 moratorium on foreclosures following the collapse of the stock market and the 1911 sale of the Haymarket dance hall building. Read these full stories after the jump.
This month in real estate history
A look back at some of New York City's biggest real estate stories