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“Can you not?” Corcoran broker rejects LeBron James

A Corcoran Group agent is enjoying his 15 minutes of fame after a video of him swatting away basketball...

This month in real estate history: New York City’s first official subway opens, the Hotel Majestic is demolished … & more

From the October issue: 1904: New York City’s first official subway line opens The Interborough Rapid Transit Company (IRT) opened New York City’s first official subway...

Could a new real estate fee solve the city’s subway crisis?

A fee on office buildings below 60th Street could be key to fixing New York City’s beleaguered subway system,...

A 17-year-old watches the destruction of the Third Ave El: PHOTOS

In 1955, a 17-year-old shutterbug named Sid Kaplan watched as the city brought down the Third Avenue Elevated line. Now his...

A look back at what it was like to ride the NYC subway in 1949: VIDEO

With the city’s population growing, public transit is under increasing stress. But more than half a century ago, things...

New York’s incredibly expensive new subway explains why we can’t have nice things: Opinion

As President-elect Donald Trump is about to take office having promised a burst of infrastructure spending, it’s worth taking a look at the newest,...

Government briefs: NYC’s new subway cars, Pier 55 can proceed … & more

From the August issue: As part of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s $27 billion, five-year capital plan, the city is slated...

Here’s how New York City’s subway system looked over 110 years ago

The New York City subway system has been around for over 110 years. Luckily, Google has an awesome collection of...

The world’s 15 most complicated subway maps

For all its colorful frenzied glory, the Tokyo Metro map isn’t the most complex subway guide in the world. New...

Group proposes “skyways” across the East River

A bold new proposal hopes to slash commute times by connecting Manhattan and the boroughs via “skyways.” The East...

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