Examining Americans' food delivery habits, a new Gilded Age for the UWS, & more

By Jennifer White Karp | July 25, 2019 - 11:00AM 

The average person uses food delivery apps three times a month, according to a national survey by US Foods. New Yorkers probably use them way more than that (press release)

Luxury condo conversions on the Upper West Side showcase a mix of Gilded Age design and modern amenities (New York Post)

How to stay calm when you’re stuck on a stalled subway train (Gothamist)

The city is going to shell out a staggering $261 million to run two shelters for homeless families in Park Slope (

The city will track empty storefronts in a new online database (Curbed)

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