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Week Wrap-Up: One Vanderbilt Details, New Landmark, No Lucerne Condo Neighbor, and Williamsburg’s 260N9

Last week had a first for me and a party with some really good food.

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Week Wrap-Up: Curbed Outdoors Week, South Street Seaport, and Upper East Side Townhouses

The past week had some special content of mine published.

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LPC Doesn’t Approve NYU 383 Lafayette, Brooklyn Heights Rebuild, or Williamsburg Preschool

I covered three items at the Landmarks Preservation Commission for Curbed NY on Tuesday and in all three cases, the hearing was closed with no action. That means the proposals were not approved.

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Brian Williams Suggests Congress Has Been Screwing America

It has been nine months since the government shutdown of 2013 began and Sibley Hospital in Washington, D.C. has reported seeing an average of three more births per day over last year. Brian Williams, on tonight’s NBC Nightly News, had … Continue reading

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Rent Guidelines Board, Apthorp, Fulton Market Building, Pastis Topper, Hy-Fi at MoMA PS1, Tory Burch, and One Wall Street

So, I’ve been up to a bit since I last posted on my blog. Here goes.

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Updates: Jim’s Shoe Repair Case Going Before Judge; Comcast Signs For 30 Rock; Changes For 498 West End Ave

This roundup of my reporting involves a longtime family-run business, an iconic skyscraper, and an 12-story apartment building.

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Unsatisfied By BBC America’s Response About Star Trek: The Next Generation

BBC America brings us some great stuff from across the pond, including “Doctor Who” and “Top Gear.” It also brings us some older and not so much older favorites from right here in North America.

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Funny Sign: Church Parking Only… Violators Will Be Baptized!

I was walking along on Monday when I noticed that the church up the road from me has a sense of humor.

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Week Wrap-Up: Southern Manhattan Levees, Chelsea Hotel Air Rights, SoHo Glass Box

The stories I covered last week all involved proposals for new things, from Lower Manhattan to Chelsea to SoHo.

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A Sense Of Humor In NYC Government

On Thursday, I was near New York City Hall to join a few other reporters to be briefed about an idea to protect southern Manhattan from future Sandy-type storms (read it here). When I walked into the New York City … Continue reading

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