A Tribeca penthouse gets a $20 million price cut, living on Park Avenue, & more

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A duplex penthouse at 100 Barclay Street in Tribeca is back on the market for $39.95 million. It was originally asking $59 million (Curbed)

A look at what it’s like to live on Park Avenue, home to the city’s most affluent residents (The New York Times)

Why many NYC kitchens have such odd or deficient layouts (CityLab)

Douglas Elliman, NYC’s largest brokerage, had a loss of $10.4 million in the first quarter (Crain’s)

Garbage bins that keep animals out of your trash (Business Insider)

Speaking of vermin, rats are running amock in Prospect Heights and residents are pointing fingers at a developer (Gothamist)