Standard hotel owner accused of groping, Ira Glass lists his Chelsea condo, more

By Nathan Tempey  | November 10, 2017 - 11:00AM

A Park Slope olive oil purveyor has won a legal battle against the big guys (Brooklyn Paper)

Local civic activists are asking the city to consider rezoning Marine Park in Brooklyn to allow taller buildings (Brooklyn Daily)

A fun rundown of the (sometimes dubious) New York locations in Home Alone 2 (Curbed)

Here are some reasons that higher-income New Yorkers aren't flocking to "affordable" housing lottery apartments set aside for them (The Real Deal)

Fruit-on-the-bottom yogurt was born in the Bronx (Food & Wine)

The owner of The Standard hotel chain has been accused of groping by several women (The New York Times)

Ira Glass has listed his (presumably formerly) bedbug- and rat-infested Chelsea condo for sale for $1.75 million (6sqft)

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