City ferry service is expanding again, the 10 largest homes for sale in Manhattan, more

By Georgia Kral  | August 14, 2017 - 11:00AM

A Montauk mansion owned by Dick Cavett and home to many a celebrity over the years is on the market for $62M. (New York Post)

The city is currently seeking approval from the Army Corps of Engineers to build two new docks that would expand NYC Ferry service to the Lower East Side and Soundview in the Bronx. (DNAinfo)

Could NYC get congestion pricing? Gov. Andrew Cuomo is now backing a plan he once derided. (New York Times)

The city is encouraging Garment District manufacturers to move to Sunset Park, but a new survey shows resistance among the would-be transplants. (Wall Street Journal)

NYC isn't home to many so-called mega-mansions, but homes larger than 10,000-square-feet do exist here. And these 10 are for sale in Manhattan. (Curbed)

Does New York's housing crisis constitute a humanitarian emergency? This long read on the affordability problem argues yes. (New York Review of Books) 

Smorgasburg is expanding (again), this time to SoHo. (Gothamist)

For $100K per month, you can live in an apartment with cashmere closets. (6sqft)

Do kid's teepees help sell townhouses? (DNAinfo)

You don't have to go broke renovating your kitchen: Here are some tips on how to save dollars and cents (The New York Times)





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