Dyson picks up Park Avenue penthouse, what not to touch in someone else’s apartment this Thanksgiving, & more

By Nikki M. Mascali  | November 21, 2018 - 11:00AM

Dyson vacuum inventor James Dyson sucked up a $73.8 million, 9,138-square-foot penthouse with six bedrooms at 520 Park Ave., with a gym stocked with his own products. (New York Post)

Phase two of the Second Avenue subway, which includes construction of three new stations north of 96th Street, cleared a major hurdle this week. (MTA)

Nine city zip codes are among the 100 priciest in the country, including Manhattan’s 10013, which came in at No. 4. (PropertyShark)

Just in time for Thanksgiving: 10 things to never, ever touch in someone else’s home (Apartment Therapy)

Demolition of five buildings is done at 75 Nassau St. in the Financial District, where ODA’s 40-story, tree-topped, mixed-use tower is expect to open by 2022 (New York Yimby) 

Some Amazon employees were among those rushing to gobble up Long Island City condos—before HQ2 was even announced. (Business Insider via The Wall Street Journal)

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