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Mrs. Maisel relives her first NYC apartment, landing pads for flying cars, & more

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Rachel Brosnahan, star of “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" on Amazon, recalls her first NYC apartment—which sounds like it had a non-legal bedroom (Apartment Therapy)

19 Dutch, a 63-story residential tower in the Financial District, is fully enclosed in its glass façade, and the 483-unit building is slated to open in early 2019 (New York Yimby)

Three luxury buildings in Miami are prepping for flying cars with rooftop landing pads. Can such an amenity be far behind for NYC? (New York Post)

Ralph Lauren expands his Montauk empire by snatching up the $20 million home of late playwright Edward Albee, which is between two properties the fashion designer already owns (The Real Deal)

Starting Jan. 5, the World Trade Center PATH station will close on weekends through December 2020 for Hurricane Sandy-related repairs (6sqft)

“Donut County,” a commentary on what happens when the tech industry—and its ensuing gentrification—moves into a community, was named Apple’s top iPhone game of 2018. (Business Insider)