Real estate insiders dish on misidentifying neighborhoods, remembering a murdered Bushwick super, more

By  | October 24, 2017 - 11:00AM

A developer explains the common real estate industry practice of misidentifying the neighborhood a building is in: "We are storytellers. There's nothing misleading about that." (The Real Deal)

Here are some of New York City's best (and least celebrated) museums (Curbed)

Cadman Plaza in Downtown Brooklyn is getting a $6.4 million makeover (Brooklyn Paper)

An MTA committee has approved installing a new smartphone-and-credit-card payment system at turnstiles, while will replace MetroCards by 2023 (Associated Press)

A Bushwick super who was murdered, possibly by another super, is remembered by former neighbors as a hard worker and a kind man who went out of his way to help people (DNAinfo)

Governor Cuomo has thrown a wrench into Mayor de Blasio's plan to relocate an East Harlem playground to make way for an 1,100-apartment high-rise complex (New York Post)

The Bronx is getting six new Select Bus Service lines (and other boroughs are getting more, too) (Welcome 2 The Bronx)

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