Sandy-damaged homes could cost city $1M each; the story of NYC’s most colorful apartment building

Posted On Thu, September 22, 2016 By

Posted On Thu, September 22, 2016 By In Daily Link Fix

  • The city plans to allocate $500 million in NYC taxpayer money for Sandy repairs, as 53 homes in low-lying Queens could cost up to $1 million each to repair. [WSJ]
  • A second art gallery is opening on Roosevelt Island’s Main Street, and its owner thinks others will follow, creating a “mini-Chelsea.” [DNAinfo]
  • The tenement building on the corner of Avenue B and East 4th Street can’t be missed with its flamboyant, colorful facade. Here’s the story behind it. [Village Voice]
  • Ex-Yankee A-Rod shot an Ocean Drive magazine cover at a $45,000/month Noho penthouse. [NYP]
  • A miniature Redwood Forest is growing in Downtown Brooklyn at a scale of 1:100. [CityLab]



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