Why a prime Park Slope spot is vacant, NYC nabes with the biggest drop in median price, & more

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Here are the 20 NYC neighborhoods that saw the biggest drops in median sale price (The New York Times via Property Shark)

The maddening history of a prime Park Slope location that’s been left vacant for decades (The Real Deal)

Workers are making progress on Pier 55, a $250 million floating park on the Hudson River (Gothamist)

A look inside the conversion of the LeverichTowers Hotel at 21 Clark St. in Brooklyn Heights into a high-end, assisted living facility for seniors (Brownstoner)

A triplex at the San Remo that once belonged to actress Demi Moore and then-husband Bruce Willis is asking $50 million (Curbed)

Check out life in Sea Cliff, a village on the North Shore of Long Island, where single-family homes are selling for an average price of $820,000 (The New York Times)