- For every performance of “Hamilton,” at least $30,000 goes to ticket resellers. And with eight shows a week, that comes out to $240,000 every seven days or almost $12.5 million a year. [Bloomberg]
- The 2016 Manhattenhedge dates have arrived. [Gothamist]
- Here’s a look at NYC’s elevator data. There are 1,570 miles of elevator shafts, almost twice that of subway tracks. And 18 percent of city adults could be suspended in an elevator at once. [FiveThirtyEight]
- Friends of the Brooklyn Queens Connector, the advocacy group that supports the city’s streetcar plan, has named their first executive director. [DNAinfo]
- Even the New York Times is launching a meal delivery kit. [Mashable]
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