A rush to beat the mansion tax spurs Manhattan apartment purchases (Crain's New York)
A man who booked one night at a rent-stabilized hotel in NYC now claims he owns the entire building (The Real Deal)
The number of speed cameras in New York City will hit 2,000 as the traps are installed across the five boroughs (The Crime Report)
A new tower at Macy’s in Herald Square could add thousands of workers to one of the city's most congested neighborhoods (New York Times)
A community garden and veg patch aimed to help immigrants in Queens is being built on either side of the 69th Street overpass in Woodside (NY Curbed)
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