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Pied-à-terre tax to make a return in Albany, lawmakers say

Manhattan State Sen. Brad Hoylman is not backing down. Months after a tax on second homes was shot down amid fierce opposition from the real estate industry and concerns over how it would jive with the city’s property tax system, the senator says he’s committed to making the so-called pied-à-terre tax viable. “It’s still of great interest I think to my colleagues. I’m continuing to carry it,” he said. The bill is currently in committee […]


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