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Clio Chang is a staff writer at Curbed who covers everything New York City. She was previously at New Republic and VICE.

  1. celebrity real estate
    Julia Fox Gave a ‘Maximum Transparency’ Tour of Her ApartmentWe also have a hallway where “nothing happens.”
  2. street fights
    The Tiny Newspapers at War in the West VillageFeaturing alleged graphic-design theft, 9/11 truthers, and Sarah Jessica Parker.
  3. the real estate
    Compass Is Doing Totally Fine, Okay?It’s just subleasing its headquarters and doing a third round of layoffs.
  4. mysteries
    Why Can’t We Figure Out Where Politicians Live?Lester Chang and George Santos are just the latest.
  5. our mayor
    Eric Adams Has More RatsEven his patented rat bucket didn’t solve the problem.
  6. celebrity real estate
    What Do A-Rod, Barbara Corcoran, and Michael Cohen Have in Common?The same Avenue D apartment building.
  7. wildlife
    Talking to the Guy Who Put Bees in Julianne Moore’s BackyardWill Ferrell’s honey tastes like acacia, oak, and chaparral. LeBron’s is more Chinese elm and eucalyptus.
  8. goodbye 2022
    The Year in RentBreaking down the 12 months in which everything got more expensive, then more expensive, and then even more expensive.
  9. rich people
    Richard Gere’s Cell Tower Is Upsetting Rooney Mara’s MotherThe wealthy town of Bedford is in absolute disarray.
  10. urban fauna
    Fugitive Cow Located at Long Island Golf CourseVienna had been missing for four months, but “her capture went flawlessly.”
  11. bathrooms
    Sagaponack Is Losing It Over a Porta-pottyThe public toilet is across the street from the mayor’s house, and he likes it.
  12. new york jobs
    The Hardest-Working Santa in Northeastern QueensMy day with Dana Friedman, a 63-year-old Jewish civil litigator and Kris Kringle for hire.
  13. getting around
    The Status Submarine’s Time Has Come“If you’re just going on a yacht in some fancy place, that’s one thing,” says Ray Dalio of going bullish on submersibles.
  14. getting around
    ‘Let’s Play Getting Doored!’Lego and Playmobil’s ambulance sets each come with an injured cyclist. But don’t worry — they’re smiling.
  15. brick and mortar
    ‘It Was a Struggle. I Lost All My Revenue.’Bronx business owners were left behind in an early COVID-relief program, according to a new report from the city comptroller’s office.
  16. rich people
    Libbie Mugrabi Has Mansion ProblemsThe socialite is facing eviction on the Upper East Side. Her Water Mill compound is an even bigger mess.
  17. elon musk
    What Is Going on With Twitter’s Horrible Headquarters?The company’s San Francisco landlord is struggling to refinance. And workers are being invited to sleep in conference rooms.
  18. our mayor
    Eric Adams Has RatsAccording to an unpaid summons for his Bed-Stuy townhouse.
  19. reasons to love new york
    Eric Adams Is Certainly Enjoying HimselfPerformance is an inherent part of politics. But perhaps no prior mayor has ever leaned so far into spectacle.
  20. cannabis
    Ding-Dong, Here Comes Legal Weed DeliveryAs storefronts race to open, the state is clearing a path to getting those pre-rolls brought to your door ASAP.
  21. urban fauna
    The City’s Listing for a Rat Director Is a Bit MuchThe right candidate will have a “general aura of badassery.”
  22. urban fauna
    Sloths Are Tearing Apart Suffolk CountyA storefront across from a Carvel is perhaps not an appropriate environment for the animals.
  23. crypto
    Now You Can Live in a Crypto OfficeA crypto-mining firm’s former Hudson Yards space is marketed as the $19.5 million home of your dreams.
  24. cryptocurrency
    Is New York’s Crypto-Mining Moratorium the Start of a Trend?The two-year ban is the first of its kind, possibly not the last.
  25. developing
    Margaritaville Was Supposed to Have a SynagogueAnd now the developer of the Times Square resort is being sued by the 91-year-old congregation.
  26. cannabis
    There Is Too Much Weed Stockpiled in New York Right NowCannabis farmers say they’re struggling to keep their crops fresh while retail licenses get off the ground.
  27. celebrity real estate
    You Can Finally Buy Derek Jeter’s CastleAn $8 million price cut means your time has come.
  28. return to office
    The Office Is Half-DeadOr half-alive, depending on how you want to interpret the latest data.
  29. furniture
    You Made Harry’s CouchAnd now you can buy it right side up.
  30. furniture
    Peloton Founder Is Going Big on RugsInspired by Ernest Hemingway and Bob Marley.
  31. migrant crisis
    Eric Adams Closes His Big Tent on Randall’s IslandMigrants are moving to hotels, which is what many advocates asked for in the first place.
  32. upstate
    Tenants in Kingston Just Gave Themselves a Rent ReductionAnd landlords are suing.
  33. 2022 midterms
    What Neighborhoods Went for Lee Zeldin?A micro-breakdown of Tuesday night’s results.
  34. operators
    Ron Lauder Likes Lee Zeldin Because He’s Afraid to Ride the SubwayAnd definitely not because he’s mad about a Hamptons wind-farm cable.
  35. street fights
    There’s a Campaign-Sign War Happening in BrooklynAccording to at least three people.
  36. city agencies
    The Department of Buildings Seems Like a Mess Right NowThe Buildings commissioner was just interviewed in relation to an illegal gambling investigation, and that’s just the half of it.
  37. space
    We’re Getting Closer to a Martian Housing MarketNine subterranean caves have been identified as potentially suitable habitats, if you’re into that kind of thing.
  38. getting around
    Pete Davidson and Colin Jost’s Ferry May Be Full of Asbestos and RoachesAccording to its former captain.
  39. upper east side
    ‘Once I Decorate a House, It Becomes a Competition on the Block’Talking to the man who makes the Upper East Side’s Halloween extravaganzas.
  40. street fights
    The Saga of the Park Slope Dog Murderer Is Never-endingLet us catch you up.
  41. urban fauna
    New York Is Not the Country’s Top Rat CityWe’re No. 2.
  42. getting around
    The MTA Is ‘Completely Obsessed’ With Reopening Its BathroomsStarting with just eight, to be exact.
  43. eviction
    1 Oak Was EvictedAnd it apparently came as a surprise.
  44. the hamptons
    Sag Harbor Worried About Becoming Port JeffersonAnd a group of residents is suing over an affordable-housing development.
  45. upstate
    The Glamping Wars of WoodstockLocal officials are trying to keep the peace as residents go all out against a proposed 77-acre “outdoor resort.”
  46. migrant crisis
    The Randalls Island Migrant Shelter Is Looking a Lot Less Temporary“There is no limit to how long people that are seeking asylum can stay in this facility.”
  47. curbed glossary
    The Helicopter Landlord Lives DownstairsAnd wonders if the guy who was over last night is your new boyfriend or just a friend.
  48. street fights
    Two Psychotherapists and Trash Bins Are Defeating the Rats of Sterling Place“We are not the rat police.”
  49. lawsuits
    Audrey Gelman and the Wing Are Being Sued for $1.7 Million in Back RentThat’s a lot of woven apple baskets.
  50. oligarchs
    12 Gay Street Has a Lot Going OnThe quaint brick facade conceals: a Russian oligarch, his just-arrested estate manager who is Helena Bonham-Carter’s cousin, Howdy Doody, and a ghost.
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