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    NYC landlords feel that the city's new energy efficiency grades aren't accurately reflecting what's going on at their buildings. (iStock)

    Energy efficiency grades: motivation or nuisance?

    Most people don’t like talking about bad grades. Including landlords. Last year, New York City began requiring letter grades...

    Energy efficiency grades: motivation or nuisance?
    Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky, 536 East 14th Street, Mayor Bill de Blasio and 412 West 49th Street (Getty, Google Maps)

    City settles two Airbnb rental lawsuits for $1.2 million

    Landlords Rose King and Maxine Gilbert don’t know each other, but according to their lawyers, they have something in...

    City settles two Airbnb rental lawsuits for $1.2 million
    After scandal, Scott Rudin sells San Remo pad for $13M

    After scandal, Scott Rudin sells San Remo pad for $13M

    A disgraced movie mogul may be looking for a fresh start. Film, television and theater producer Scott Rudin has...

    After scandal, Scott Rudin sells San Remo pad for $13M
    HGTV Founder Kenneth Lowe with the ONe57 condo (Getty, Douglas Elliman via Realtor)

    HGTV founder buys One57 condo for $12.7 million

    The founder of HGTV won’t need to call the Property Brothers for his new luxury condo on Billionaire’s Row....

    HGTV founder buys One57 condo for $12.7 million
    AEW Global CEO Jeff Furber (left), North America CEO Jonathan Martin and 60 Charlton Street (AEW, APF Properties)

    AEW purchases boutique Soho office building for $86.2M

    AEW Capital Management purchased a half-new, half-renovated boutique office building in Soho for $86.2 million. The Boston-based global real...

    AEW purchases boutique Soho office building for $86.2M
    Nightmare for once-ascendant Brooklyn condo developer

    Nightmare for once-ascendant Brooklyn condo developer

    UPDATED August 4, 2021 at 1:40 p.m.: Just three years ago, Rafi Manor’s M Development was a leading developer...

    Nightmare for once-ascendant Brooklyn condo developer
    The summer months tend to heat up the rental market but victims of rental scams lose the most money in the summer (iStock)
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    As summer heats up, so do rental scams

    Across the country, the summer months tend to be the busiest for renters. The weather is generally milder and more predictable, children are out of school and new graduates are entering the workforce for...

    As summer heats up, so do rental scams

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