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The Wrap: Site of Rubin Schron’s 40-story project is polluted, why there are so many Sleepy’s in Manhattan … and more

February 17, 2015 06:08PM

1. Why there are so many Sleepy’s in Manhattan? [Bloomberg News]
2. Site of Rubin Schron‘s 40-story project is polluted [Brooklyn Daily]
3. Elvis photographer’s Upper West Side home asking $4 million [Curbed]
4. Renaissance Ballroom approved for demolition [Harlem + Bespoke]
5. EDC wants developer for Jamaica affordable project [DNAinfo]
6. Scenes from gritty 1980s New York City [Curbed]
7. New commercial building coming to Cobble Hill [NY YIMBY]
8. New home sales boomed in January [WSJ]

Tess Hofmann