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NEW YORK CITY—Landmarking hasn’t offered the level of protection for rent-stabilized apartments that advocates have touted, says the Real Estate Board of New York. Over the past seven years, the decline in the number of rent-regulated apartments within New York City’s historic districts was four times higher compared to non-landmarked areas of the city.

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