NYPL rooms designated landmarks, Trump's childhood home hits Airbnb, more

By Georgia Kral  | August 9, 2017 - 11:00AM

And now for the inside scoop: the city's Landmarks Preservation Commission has designated the Rose Reading Room and the Bill Blass Public Catalog Room as official landmarks. (DNAinfo)

Take a break from work and check out these historic images of NYC from the 1960s-'90s. (Gothamist)

"On the brink of something great": Newark is experiencing a revival, but who is benefiting? (The New York Times)

The condo market in Queens is also booming, mostly in Long Island City and Flushing. (The Real Deal)

StreetEasy's changing business model will affect how NYC hunts for apartments. (Curbed)

An observation deck planned for the top floors at the new development One Vanderbilt has some potential tenants wary. (New York Post)

If you have $750 and 17 friends, a night at Trump's childhood home in Forest Hills can be yours. (Times-Ledger)

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