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Residents of pedestrian-friendly cities make more money, Rep. Charlie Rangel mocks Harlem gentrifiers … and more

June 24, 2014 09:30AM

Want to rake in more cash? Move to a pedestrian-friendly city.

Want to rake in more cash? Move to a pedestrian-friendly city.

1. Residents of pedestrian-friendly cities make more money [Wired]
2. Rep. Charlie Rangel mocks gentrifiers during Harlem rally [Capital NY]
3. Worker falls 25 feet from Williamsburg Whole Foods site [DNAinfo]
4. Brooklyn Borough President calls for 50-30-20 housing as Bed Stuy prices soar [Brownstoner]
5. Englewood Cliffs’ Palisades among country’s most endangered historic places [NYT]
6. Governor Cuomo recommends creation of MTA “reinvention commission” [Capital NY]
7. Track Brooklyn’s gentrification with Google Street View [Gizmodo]

Julie Strickland

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