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New developments adapt to Covid, smart studio layouts, & more

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This week, readers visited Brick Underground to read about how new developments are adapting to the Covid era. Some developers are redoing layouts to include home offices and foyers for decontamination. They're also focusing marketing materials on the amenities that appeal to buyers and renters now, like private outdoor spaces and in-unit washer/dryers rather than shared amenity spaces.

Also of interest: How to maximize the layout of your NYC studio. Maybe the pandemic has convinced you it's time to leave living with roommates behind and you're checking out studios now, or maybe you already live in a studio. Here are the configurations and products that can help you make your space more efficient.

Here, in full, are this week's most popular posts. 

1) A second exodus? Some NYC families may move if learning remains remote in fall

2) Here are the NYC apartments for sale with the deepest price chops in June

3) Considering a NYC studio apartment? Here's how to maximize your layout

4) Selling your NYC apartment? Here’s how to navigate pandemic pricing

5) New developments are changing layouts and focusing on wellness because of coronavirus

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