How 9/11 changed skyscraper design, Upper Manhattan sees less non-violent crime than Downtown … and more

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1. How 9/11 changed skyscraper design
[Fast Company]

2. Upper Manhattan sees less non-violent crime than Downtown
[DNAinfo]

3. Books-a-Million closing four bookstores nationwide while buying
some Borders stores
[Paidcontent]

4. Flooding hurting real estate values in New Jersey [NYT]
5. Le Bernardin in Midtown opening tonight
[Eater]

6. Manhattan private schools inspect students’ homes for bedbugs
[BrickUnderground]

7. When people buy houses online
[WSJ]

8. REI superstore to open in Puck building in November [Bowery Boogie]
9. Prospect Heights garden ruined by neighbor
[Brooklyn Paper]

10. Bushwick City Farm is planning third site
[Brownstoner]

11. Proton beam therapy center moving to Jersey City after
being rejected in Queens [Crain’s]

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