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How to avoid broker fees, Washington Heights gets its own food hall and more

By Georgia Kral | July 11, 2017 - 11:45AM 

A new website links outgoing renters with potential new ones, thus eliminating that pesky broker fee (DNAinfo)

A battle is heating up on Sutton Place between a developer who wants to build a 78-story luxury apartment tower and neighbors who want a zoning change (New York Daily News)

Construction on the food hall slated to open this fall in Washington Heights is underway (Eater NY)

What’s the closing price of an Upper West Side brownstone that Billie Holiday once called home? $3M less than the original list (6sqft)

Like everything in NYC, city street lamp poles are in-demand pieces of real estate: for cell phone carriers (Crain’s New York Business)

An exhaustive list of deaths in Central Park, dating back to 1884 (Village Voice)

 

 
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