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Brokers scramble to sell Paul Manafort's brownstone, the New York Wheel could be a boondoggle, more

By Nathan Tempey | November 1, 2017 - 11:11AM 

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A Brooklyn councilman up for reelection is touting his efforts to get a crosswalk installed near a planned new school. After four years of discussion, the crosswalk still isn't there (Bklyner)

The New York Wheel needs 3 million visitors a year to break even (Crain's New York, proxy version)

The Landmarks Preservation Commission sent the developers of the Domino Sugar factory complex back to the drawing board for a design to adapt the refinery itself (Curbed)

Corcoran is reportedly in talks to sell indicted former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort's Carroll Gardens brownstone. It's not clear if a judge would allow that to happen (The Real Deal)

Third Avenue boosters are hosting a panel discussion on the impact of renaming neighborhoods in the Bronx (Welcome 2 The Bronx)

A fire at a "fireproof" building on the Upper West Side highlights the need to know what to do in the event of a blaze, depending on where you live (West Side Rag, previously and previously

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