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NYC leads country in new apartments for 2017, Manhattanhenge happens tonight, and more

By Georgia Kral | July 12, 2017 - 1:00PM 

A new report says an additional 26,739 new apartments will become available in New York City in 2017, the most in the entire country (Gothamist)

Hotel unions and industry leaders are working together in an anti-Airbnb campaign to shut down illegal listings (Bloomberg)

Look up! Manhattanhenge, the phenomenon when the sunset aligns with Manhattan's street grid, is tonight (NY1)

The Department of Buildings has halted construction of what would be the tallest tower on the Upper West Side at 200 Amsterdam Avenue (West Side Rag)

Commuting by ferry is becoming more popular, but the original boaters -- Staten Island residents -- say they need more options (DNAinfo) 

Fred Trump (Donald's deceased dad) and one of his former real estate firms reportedly owe the city $1,689.40 in rent subsidy overpayments, and NYCHA is suing (New York Daily News)

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