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A $40 million West Village penthouse sells, air your commute gripes, & more

By Nikki M. Mascali | January 9, 2019 - 11:00AM 

Penthouse 11A in 90 Morton, a six-bedroom duplex with cantilevered terraces overlooking the West Village, went into contract last week for $40 million—making the transaction one of the most expensive ever in Downtown Manhattan (press release)

Like the New York Wheel, plans have been scrapped for Staten Island’s Riverside Galleria, a 457,000-square-foot shopping complex in Richmond Valley (SILive.com)

Sales have launched for One Clinton, ushering in a new chapter for the site of the former Brooklyn Heights library branch (Curbed)

Take this survey to let officials know how the city’s transit system is working—or not working—for you (press release)

After a 32-year absence, American Kennel Club’s Museum of the Dog returns to Midtown on Feb. 8 (Gothamist) 

Five easy ways to transform the design of your bedroom (Apartment Therapy)
 

 

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