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Valeria Ricciulli is a bilingual journalist, originally from Colombia, passionate about New York City: its diverse communities, stories, built environment, and infrastructure. As Curbed NY Reporter, Valeria brings her local news expertise, having interned at El Diario and worked as breaking news reporter for DNAinfo NY. Her work has also appeared on Feet in 2 Worlds, Queens Latino, and Colombia.com. She holds a Master of Science in Media Management from The New School. Send tips (in Spanish as well) and follow her on Twitter at @ValeRicciulli.

What NYC renters need to know during the coronavirus pandemic

Your questions about renting during the coronavirus pandemic, answered.

What It’s Like to Not Pay Rent, According to Striking Tenants

Inside a rent strike in the Bronx.

In the East Village, a Two-Bedroom Duplex with a Garden Wants $995K

Prewar details include a wood-burning fireplace and exposed brick.

Coronavirus and Extreme Heat Are ‘on a Collision Course’ as NYC Summer Begins

Among the initiatives to combat extreme heat, the de Blasio administration launched a program to provide free air conditioners to vulnerable New Yorkers.

For $625K, a Pocket-Size Scandinavian-Inspired Studio in Soho

The space was overhauled by Norwegian model Sophia Lie and is selling furnished.

American Museum of Natural History to Remove Racist Theodore Roosevelt Statue

NYC activists have long called for the removal of the monument.

Park-Adjacent Park Slope One-Bedroom With Private Patio Wants $749K

Prewar and modern details merge in the largest apartment of a 10-unit co-op steps from Prospect Park.

New York City’s Rent Guidelines Board vote, explained

All your pressing questions about this year’s Rent Guidelines Board decision, answered.

Nearly 1 Million NYC Rent-Stabilized Apartments Get Rent Freeze

After three years of increases, the city’s Rent Guidelines Board voted to approve a rent freeze for one-year leases.

Three Best Deals on an Apartment With Private Outdoor Space — All Under $3,000

If you’re dreaming about our own outdoor oasis right now, consider these picks in Greenwich Village, Long Island City, and Midwood.