Choosing the right windows, the building height debate, & more

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There were 84 car crashes near a Greenwich Village high school in the last five years, according to a recent study (New York Post)

Homeowners talk choosing the right windows (Brownstoner)

Google is going to start charging real estate brokers a lot more to embed maps on their sites (The Real Deal via Inman)

A Brooklyn legal secretary died at 96, and left millions to charity that friends didn't know she had (New York Times)

The case for building-height limits like the one in D.C. (CityLab)

A recent report saying that Airbnb drove up New York City rents 10 percent is based on a flawed interpretation of the data, according to the data provider (The Real Deal)