The 25 most expensive properties for sale in NYC, Airbnb/hotel industry drama continues, and more

By Georgia Kral | July 17, 2017 - 11:56AM 

It's Monday; time to ogle some real estate porn. Check out the 25 most expensive properties for sale in NYC right now (Curbed) 

New design plans for the Rikers Island replacement centers, which are proposed for each borough, were released. They include roof decks and caged-in patios (Gothamist)

Councilman David Greenfield, chair of the powerful Committee on Land Use, unexpectedly announced he won't seek re-election (WSJ)

The former bath house in Park Slope known as the Brooklyn Lyceum will finally re-open after years in real estate limbo -- as a Blink Fitness. Take a look inside (Brownstoner)

New data shows the best neighborhoods for night workers to live in (New York Times)

Airbnb will file a formal complaint with the state ethics board against the ShareBetter coalition, an anti-Airbnb group funded by the hotel industry and its union group (NYDailyNews) 

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