Walmart starts NYC takeover; Bruce Springsteen’s childhood NJ home finds a buyer

Posted On Wed, July 11, 2018 By

Posted On Wed, July 11, 2018 By In Daily Link Fix

Via Jet.com (L); Bruce Springsteen via Wiki Commons and 39 Institute Street via Coldwell Banker (R)

  • How the saga of Trump City foreshadowed the president’s chaotic path to the White House. [Politico]
  • Jet.com, a subsidiary of Walmart, will build a fulfillment center in the Bronx, from which it’ll offer same-day grocery delivery. [Business Insider]
  • Bruce Springsteen’s childhood home in Freehold, NJ sold for $255,000. [APP]
  • LinkNYC kiosks will display unrealized projects from “Never Built New York.” [Curbed]
  • Brooklyn’s only Papaya King has closed. [Grub Street]
  • This Google engineer commutes every day from his North Jersey home to Chelsea office via rowboat. [NYP]
  • Was the Long Island Iced Tea invented in Long Island, NY or Long Island, Tennessee? [MEL Magazine]

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