Landlord-tenant dispute ends in ICE arrests, an octagonal 'dollhouse' rents for big bucks in Westchester, more

By Nathan Tempey  | September 11, 2017 - 11:00AM

Get a load of this newly reopened, overhauled R station in Sunset Park (Daily News)

The bees on top of the Javits Center are starting to yield honey (New York Times)

Some real estate executives were startled by Mayor de Blasio's anti-private-property remarks, but don't think he means it (The Real Deal)

An octagonal "Victorian dollhouse" is for rent for $40,000 a month in Westchester (Messy Nessy)

The Windsor Terrace library branch has a new living roof covering to cut down on utility costs (Brooklyn Paper)

A landlord-tenant dispute in Staten Island ends in arrests by federal immigration agents (Staten Island Advance)

The Sanitation Department is tripling the frequency of trash pickup at Upper West Side playgrounds to try to cut down on rats (West Side Rag)

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