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What NYC's skyline will look like in 2022, suing the MTA over the L train, & more

By Jennifer White Karp | October 3, 2018 - 11:00AM 

A new graphic for the Skyscraper Museum depicts Manhattan’s changing skyline through 2022, with 11 new buildings, including several supertalls (newyorkyimby)

Manhattan residents are suing the MTA over the planned L train shutdown (New York Post)

Rent increases go into effect this week for rent-stabilized apartments in NYC (Curbed)

The neighborhood a child grows up in, according to research, can determine their financial success in life (The New York Times)

A 618-unit co-op building in Astoria is facing foreclosure after the owners failed to make a loan payment (The Real Deal)

Bright colors are making a comeback in bathroom tiles, if you can believe it (Apartment Therapy)

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