Triplex Penthouse in Nomad Sets Price Records; Second Ave Subway Tunnels Need Shaving; NYC Marathon Quadruplets

Second Ave. Subway Construction | MANHATTAN - MARCH 7, 2012:  Sparks fly, a surveying laser beams down the tunnel and welding illuminates the walls as work continues on phase one of the Second Avenue subway construction project, Wednesday, March 7, 2012 in New York. (Photo by Jason DeCrow)   amny
Second Ave. Subway Construction | MANHATTAN - MARCH 7, 2012: Sparks fly, a surveying laser beams down the tunnel and welding illuminates the walls as work continues on phase one of the Second Avenue subway construction project, Wednesday, March 7, 2012 in New York. (Photo by Jason DeCrow) amny
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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.

  • 6sqft This Nomad Triplex Penthouse With Two Kitchens and a Pool Asks a Neighborhood Record-Setting $68.5M
  • Brooklyn Based The McClure's Story, Generations in the Making
  • Daytonian in Manhattan The S. C. Barnum House - No. 329 Lexington Avenue
  • DNAinfo New York Here's What Nitehawk Prospect Park Will Look Like When it Opens
  • Ephemeral New York RIP New York's Elevated West Side Highway
  • Gothamist MTA Had to Shave Down Second Avenue Line Walls That Were Too Narrow to Fit Some Trains
  • The Guardian Inside the Impossible Life of a New York Street Vendor
  • New York Daly News Food poisoning, 'hopeless' lack of regulation cited at NYC's street carts
  • The New Yorker The New York City Marathon Quadruplets
  • This Way on Bay The Staten Island Ferry Will Always Be FREE
  • Thrillist Economy Candy New York Is NYC's Go-to Candy Shop
  • Vanity Fair Welcome to Rao's, New York's Most Exclusive Restaurant

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