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$150,000 mobile homes on Staten Island, spiking prices in Red Hook, more

By Nathan Tempey | October 18, 2017 - 11:00AM 

A trial is beginning over whether graffiti artists should be paid for work that was destroyed in the demolition of 5 Pointz, the long-time street art showcase in Queens (New York Times)

Self-driving cars are set to be tested in Manhattan early next year (Gothamist)

A Glendale, Queens resident has strong words for a pumpkin thief (DNAinfo)

Preservationists want the city to make reforms to stop developers from using zoning loopholes to build ultra-tall skyscrapers (Curbed)

Mobile homes on Staten Island are now selling for $150,000 (Staten Island Advance)

A handful of sales of new high-end developments make Red Hook technically the priciest Brooklyn neighborhood for the last quarter (DNAinfo)

De Blasio calls fighting homelessness "a long war," and acknowledges mistakes in his approach so far (Daily News)

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