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Cat-friendly renovations, Trump transit trouble in Queens, more

By Nathan Tempey | September 5, 2017 - 11:15AM 

This Windsor Terrace townhouse renovation includes built-in bookshelves that double as ramps for cats (The Cut)

Meet a Mott Haven homeowner who isn't selling, no matter how many times real estate speculators ask (New York Times)

A look inside construction on a new luxury apartment and hotel complex rising beside the Staten Island Ferry Terminal (Staten Island Advance)

Governor Cuomo defends Columbus statue: "Who is without sin?" (Daily News)

A NIMBY dispute over a prep school in White Plains is pitting Mariano Rivera against George Soros's daughter (New York Post)

Actors John Krasinksi and Emily Blunt are selling their house in Park Slope less than a year after buying it, and after months of renovations, because they don't spend enough time there (Wall Street Journal)

Trump administration transportation officials are reluctant to fund select bus service on Woodhaven Boulevard in Queens (Queens Chronicle)

 

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