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As a senior report at Curbed, I cover urbanism, cities, transportation, and architecture, with a wide lens on how these themes help shape urban life. My weekly column, Property Lines, looks spotlights community development, real estate trends, and hot housing markets across the country.

Uber and Lyft drivers in NYC, concerned by coronavirus, say apps aren’t helping enough

"The fear is real, the threat is there, and the company is not helping in terms of minimizing the fear."

Community solar may be the solution to help New York go green

New regulations may be "turning point" for getting renewables on NYC rooftops

What does Amazon owe New York City?

The tech giant has a chance to "shape what 21st century philanthropy looks like." Will it rise to the challenge?

Co-living company Common has struggled to return security deposits

Former resident of Boerum Hill property plans to file suit to get back her $2,000 deposit; Common says it’ll pay everyone back.

New York City's subway needs fixing; these 4 cities offer solutions

Comparing New York with its international peers offers insight into the strengths and weaknesses of different metro systems.

New York City's subway needs fixing; these 4 cities offer solutions

Comparing New York with its international peers offers insight into the strengths and weaknesses of different metro systems.

That diamond ring in the sun: The 1925 eclipse in New York City

Airships, film crews, and smoked glass helped New Yorkers gawk at an eclipse nearly a century ago

Will surge in South Bronx development erase the affordable waterfront?

Part of a decades-long trend, this recent example of riverfront real estate growth leaves local residents worried about a tide of new arrivals.

Donald Trump, New York created you: Don’t harm it

His policies seem anti-city, designed to make life tougher in his hometown

Inside The Wing, a women-only coworking space and social club in NYC

The new concept offers a ‘home base for women on their way’