Commercial Real Estate Knocking Out Boxing in NYC; 250-Year-Old St. Paul's Chapel Shuttering Temporarily; Algonquin Hotel's Famous Feline

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NYC St. Paul's Chapel

There is a lot of stuff going on the City, and we can’t write about it all. Here are some interesting things some of our friends have written up lately.

  • Agorafy Is Commercial Real Estate Knocking the Fighting Out of Boxing in NYC?
  • Brooklyn Paper Trump’s Son-in-Law Buys Watchtower HQ, Has Big, Beautiful Plans For It
  • Daytonian in Manhattan The 1897 Hall Building – No. 680 Sixth Avenue
  • DNAinfo New York 250-Year-Old St. Paul’s Chapel Shutters Temporarily During Revamp
  • Ephemeral New York 1930s Posters Pleading for “Planned Housing”
  • Gothamist 70 Glorious Photos of Pedestrians & Cyclists Ruling The Road (And Giant Waterslide) At Summer Streets
  • LTV Squad Abandoned Andrea Electronics / Bergdorf Goodman Warehouse
  • Metro Algonquin Hotel Fetes Its Famous Feline
  • The New York Times Pier 57 Goes Down in History as a Place Where Concrete Floats
  • Gothamist Dine At All Of Eataly’s Restaurants—All In One Night
  • StreetsBlog Why Not Fix the Flatbush/Atlantic/Fourth Hellscape With a Traffic Circle?
  • Thrillist Best Vegetarian Restaurants in NYC
  • Tribeca Citizen In the News: Unkempt City Hall Park
  • Vanishing New York The City Quilter
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