Apocalyptic church art looms uptown, racist graffiti spurs solidarity on Staten Island, more

By Nathan Tempey  | October 13, 2017 - 11:00AM

Subway delays cost commuters over $300 million a year, according to a new study (NY1)

Real estate agents explain how they help sellers make common apartment flaws palatable to buyers (New York Times)

The amount of sewage in the Gowanus Canal is steadily decreasing, so much so that it's swim-able according to official health standards on a growing number of days a year (Brooklyn Paper)

Neighbors of a Staten Island family targeted with racist graffiti are raising money to repair the family's defaced car (Staten Island Advance)

The Flatiron District tops this list of the 50 most expensive neighborhoods in New York City (Property Shark)

A raccoon invaded an eight-year-old's bedroom in an eighth-floor apartment on the Upper West Side (West Side Rag)

This Morningside Heights church facade depicts New York City being destroyed in a nuclear war (Gothamist)

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