Salvaging L train transportation alternatives, Marie Kondo is back to help you declutter, & more

By Jennifer White Karp  |
January 7, 2019 - 11:00AM

An argument to enact some of the L train transportation alternatives, even though the full shutdown isn’t happening (Curbed)

Does your stuff spark joy for you? If not, maybe Netflix’s new show, "Tidying Up with Marie Kondo," will help you ditch some of it (Apartment Therapy)

One newcomer's quest to find a place to call home here meant living in five apartments in four years (The New York Times)

More than half of the city's homeowners had help buying their apartments (Apartment Therapy)

Amazon sends a message to its future neighbors in Long Island City (CNN)

Here’s why an UWS co-op owner dumpster dives for food (The West Side Rag)





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