This is a new one: DNAInfo reports that the board of a pricey apartment building in Manhattan demanded to interview a prospective buyer’s minor child. The woman, Joyce Kacin, told the website that she feared she would have to comply with the request or lose a $25,000 deposit.
The economy sucks and the rent is too damn high, so if you're living in Tucker, Georgia a local photographer/lady into feet is offering prospective roomies a spacious room in exchange for some artistic (read:indirectly sexual) services.
San Francisco, you have officially lost your goddamned mind.
Potential LA-area renters, get ready to have your socks blown off: we've found the perfect apartment! It has everything an up-and-coming Californian could want. Except no bathroom. And if you have pets you can't live there. And you can't smoke in it. And someone is already using it to store antiques and stuff. Also…
Massively successful room-renting service Airbnb is now illegal in New York City: officials say the startup violates an illegal hotel law that prevents residents from renting out their property for fewer than 29 days.
After decades of watching as the suburbs boomed and car-friendly strip malls popped up at an alarming rate, fans of city dwelling can finally rejoice. New estimates from the census have found that for the first time in one hundred years, large cities in America are growing at a faster rate than their suburbs.…
You've probably seen that Macy's commercial that takes that song from that musical about poor kids dying of AIDS in 1989 and juxtaposes it with images of delicate silver jewelry. And, if you're like me, you've thought: What the fuck?