The rent freeze is here to stay, retro conversation pits stage a comeback, and more

April 5, 2017 | By VIRGINIA K. SMITH
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Adudge has upheld the Rent Guidelines Board's decision to enact a rent freeze for stabilized apartments (Gothamist)

Break out the fondue pots: sunken conversation pits are apparently making a decor comeback (Curbed NY)

Trying to navigate the city in a wheelchair is still close to impossible (NYT)

The fate of a Roosevelt Island Mitchell-Lama building that's trying to go market rate is still up in the air, worrying residents (Roosevelt Islander)

Developers poured $3.3 billion into the Bronx in 2016, more than half of it for residential buildings (The Real Deal)

Meanwhile, the borough is getting its first-ever coworking space (Welcome 2 the Bronx)