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Now You Can Live in a Crypto Office

A crypto-mining firm’s former Hudson Yards space is marketed as the $19.5 million home of your dreams.
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  8. Ivana Trump’s Townhouse Is Officially for Sale And it’s overpriced.
  9. An Upper East Side Penthouse That Feels Like a Baroque French Manor Almost every inch of this three-bedroom apartment, with its hand-painted murals, painted columns, and coffered ceilings, has been embellished.
  10. Tenants in Kingston Just Gave Themselves a Rent Reduction And landlords are suing.
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  18. Sag Harbor Worried About Becoming Port Jefferson And a group of residents is suing over an affordable-housing development.
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  20. The Glamping Wars of Woodstock Local officials are trying to keep the peace as residents go all out against a proposed 77-acre “outdoor resort.”
  21. From the Archives: When Gentrification Hit the Lower East Side There goes the neighborhood.
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  23. The Helicopter Landlord Lives Downstairs And wonders if the guy who was over last night is your new boyfriend or just a friend.
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  30. What Happened to the Gramercy Park Hotel? Everyone’s got a theory.
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  37. The Central Park Supertall with a $250 Million Penthouse Extell CEO Gary Barnett is done settling for less!
  38. Kim Kardashian Is Selling Two of Her Houses She will keep the other two.
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  46. A Woman in the Bronx Fell Through Her Bathroom Floor A new addition to your list of tenant nightmares.
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  48. Neil Patrick Harris Just Sold the Priciest Townhouse in Harlem Taxidermy monkeys (probably) not included.
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