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Landmark protections for NYC renters, the quietest neighborhoods in Manhattan, & more

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This week, readers dug into our article on the major changes to New York City’s rent laws. The landmark agreement, which was quickly signed into law by the governor, provides a long list of new protections to tenants in rent-stabilized apartments, as well as a few to market-rate tenants.

Also popular were stories on the parts of Manhattan that have the fewest noise complaints and the kinds of temporary walls that you can use in a NYC rental.

Here, in full, are the week's top stories:

1) NYC to get landmark tenant protections under new agreement that's poised to become law

2) The 10 quietest neighborhoods in Manhattan

3) 8 bookshelf walls you can live with legally

4) How much does it cost to renovate a bathroom in NYC? [sponsored]

5) How to keep your NYC apartment cool: in-window, through-wall, split unit, and other types of air conditioners