Developer lists China-inspired Bridgehampton home for $28 million, Brooklyn Navy Yard to host high-speed nighttime cycle racing … and more

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May.May 23, 2013 08:00 AM

1. Developer lists China-inspired Bridgehampton home for $28 million [WSJ]
2. Trinity Prep School on Upper West Side looks to raise low-income tenant rents by 41 percent [DNAinfo]
3. Douglas Steiner’s planned apartment tower in the East Village could desecrate the dead, preservationists say [DNAinfo]
4. Brooklyn Navy Yard to host high-speed nighttime cycle racing [WSJ]
5. How eyewear store Warby Parker made the transition to brick-and-mortar [Business Insider]
6. This Hamptons couple believes in downsizing with panache [NYT]
7. Four reasons for the robust state of home sales [WSJ]
8. Anthony Weiner is now a fan of the city’s bike-sharing program [Capital New York]
9. The devastating impact of GoogaMooga on Prospect Park: PHOTOS [Gothamist]
10. The inside of this $5 million Brooklyn home is rather “meh” [BK Mag]
11. East Village, back in the 70s: PHOTOS [Vanishing New York]
12. Staten Island sees cicadas galore [NYO]


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