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The Wrap: Plaza’s second-priciest pad hits the market for $50M, Denny’s to make fancy Manhattan debut Friday … and more

August 27, 2014 05:00PM

Interior of Manhattan's first Denny's at 150 Nassau Street

Interior of Manhattan’s first Denny’s at 150 Nassau Street

1. The Plaza’s second-priciest pad hits the market for $50M [Curbed]
2. Denny’s makes a fancy Manhattan debut Friday [Eater New York]
3. Crown Heights residents fight for rent-stabilized units as building goes luxury [NYDN]
4. Nine Brooklyn parks to receive $5.2M for upgrades, repairs in 2015 [NYDN]
5. Mapping Willets Point’s progress [DNAinfo]
6. East Hampton receives $10M federal grant to purchase flood-prone properties [Southampton Patch]
7. A guide to raising NYC bees [WNYC]
8. Landmark buildings by day and night [The Blaze]

Julie Strickland

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