Staten Island's Ferris wheel is dead, luxury houses in the Hamptons pile up, & more

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Plans are shelved for a giant Ferris wheel that could have attracted visitors to Staten Island (New York Times)

High-end houses for sale in the Hamptons are piling up on the market (The Real Deal via Douglas Elliman)

NYC’s worst landlords cost taxpayers $300 million a year through building code violations and evictions (Curbed NYC)

Women are increasingly having an impact on NYC’s skyline (New York Post)

The city admits some rooftop cooling towers are still unregistered, potentially putting people at risk of contracting Legionnaires’ disease (WNYC)

A new and very narrow 12-by-75-foot modern townhouse is aimed at someone with a fat wallet. It's asking $5 million (Architectural Digest)