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The Wrap: Hotelier Ed Scheetz on the tragedy that spurred his rebounding career, Second Avenue subway is NYC’s Loch Ness Monster … and more

July 18, 2014 05:00PM

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At $2.23 billion per mile, the Second Avenue subway is one of the most expensive projects of its kind in the world.

At $2.23 billion per mile, the Second Avenue subway is one of the most expensive projects of its kind in the world.

1. Hotelier Ed Scheetz on the tragedy that spurred his rebounding career [Crain’s]
2. Second Avenue subway is NYC’s Loch Ness Monster [The Atlantic]
3. Five NYC apartments renting for over $100K per month [NYO]
4. Man’s Chelsea apartment “ransacked” after broker showing, police say [DNAinfo]
5. Three DoBro storefronts to give way to 28-story tower [Brownstoner]
6. Park Slope drivers balk at planned Union Street garage-to-apartment conversion [Brooklyn Paper]
7. English mountain (and a title) for only $3M [NYT]
8. The data-driven suburb search [NYT]

Julie Strickland

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