In a warehouse in Harrison, New Jersey, Assembly OSM’s first apartment destined for a real-life project sits waiting. The one-bedroom unit occupies the middle of the weathered space like two puzzle pieces yet to be fit into the larger picture (both literally and figuratively, as neither the startup nor its partner SHoP Architects would disclose the project’s location or developer). “We put it together like an Ikea piece of furniture,” said Chris Sharples, co-founder of
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Gov. Kathy Hochul ushered in a fresh set of protections for New York tenants last week. After the rent-law overhaul of 2019 and the eviction moratorium of 2020 and 2021, they are not earth-shattering. Real estate, however, views the move as foreshadowing. With Hochul’s re-election run just one year out, landlord groups foresee the governor — a western New York moderate — working to align with the left on housing, a shift that could push
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