On the Market: Harlem Losing Barbershop, Getting Disney Playground; Trumped in Baja; NYC Not Transit Tops


What a $2.7 million Northside Piers mega condo looks like [Curbed]

Gene Kohn of KPF talks Hudson Yards, ground zero, turning down work in Iran [Times]

Riverside South gets limo-only parking lane [Post]

Living wage fight storms through City Hall [Crain’s]

James Nederlander upgrades at the San Remo [Journal]

A Harlem institution–it’s a barbershop–is threatened by rent hike [Times]

Meanwhile, a Disney playground is set for 103rd and Park [Curbed]

People like bike lanes, latest poll shows, but think they look empty [Journal]

Suit brought against Trump Baja for being trumped [Times]

New York not as good for transit as we thought [Trans Nation]

Top three-bedroom at the Dakota comes on the market for $15 million [Curbed]

Shrinking your apartment so the kids can have one, too [Times]

Art coming to vacant Myrtle Avenue storefronts [Brownstoner]

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