New York Rent Control Challenged in Supreme Court

New York Rent Control Challenged in Supreme Court

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Tara Bellucci
Mar 6, 2012
Owners of an Upper West Side building are fighting to overturn New York's rent control laws in the Supreme Court. The owners maintain that the laws aren't protecting those in need, but instead are funding the mortgage on one tenant's Long Island home. Proponents of rent control admit the system is flawed, but unless replaced by something better, it's necessary for it to continue.

In other news, Justin Bieber buys a house, Carrie Bradshaw's original one is on the market, and design magazines are gearing toward a great spring.

See the headlines after the jump.

1-BR, $1,000: Rent Control in Court Test | WSJ
Bieber Fever to Hit Hollywood as Teen Star Buys $10.8M Home | Curbed
Carrie Bradshaw's Original Sex in the City Home Tries Flip | Curbed
New and renewed design magazines flourish this Spring | The Editor at Large

(Image: via WSJ)

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