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11/08/2009 05:12 am ET Updated May 25, 2011

New Apartments Are Too Little, Cost Too Much For Residents Losing Homes To Second Avenue Subway Work

Finding an apartment in Manhattan can be tough. Just ask the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

Next year, dozens of New Yorkers in some of the city's wealthiest ZIP codes are set to be evicted to make way for the long-delayed Second Avenue subway, and federal law requires the transit agency to find them comparable new homes. So far, it has not been going so well.

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