The Real Deal New York

The Wrap: City to spend $100M on anti-flood system, subway lines superimposed on aerial Manhattan photos … and more

August 27, 2015 12:00PM

 Sky view of New York City and its rapid transit network. (credit: Arnorrian and Dennis Dimick/flickr)

Aerial view of the city’s subway lines (credit: Arnorrian and Dennis Dimick/Flickr)

1. City to spend $100 million on new flood protection system [NYDN]
2. MTA subway lines superimposed on aerial photos of Manhattan [Arnorrian]
3. Turmoil in China fueling real estate buys abroad [WSJ]
4. Circus-arts space in Williamsburg to get $3.1 million renovation [DNAinfo]
5. East Village’s “Birdman” to retire [EV Grieve]
6. New rendering of 535 Lorimer Street in Williamsburg [NY YIMBY]