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  1. The gutted inside of the circa 1930 Brooklyn Vitaphone (later NBC) studios (Photo: Dave Miller and Mike Wright via Save the Vitagraph Smokestack)

    Historic Brooklyn Film Studios to Be Converted Into Housing

    New York is not a city of film studios -- besides the famous Kaufman Astoria Studios in Queens, a New Yorker would be hard pressed to name any others. ...
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  2. TWA Terminal at Kennedy Airport (Photo: Kbrinker/Flickr CC)

    JetBlue May Open Hotel at Historic TWA Terminal

    One of the most striking buildings in Queens looks set to become a hotel. The TWA Terminal, designed by the Finnish-American architect Euro Saarinen, opened as a standalone terminal at JFK Airport back in 1962. ...
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    What You Can Rent for $10,000 a Month in New York City

    Every New York apartment hunt comes with a budget. And if that budget is around $10,000 a month, consider yourself a very lucky renter. ...
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    Hillary Clinton Sets Up Her Presidential HQ in Brooklyn

    On Sunday (April 12), Hillary Clinton announced her 2016 run for president. ...
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  5. Rendering of the future mansion at 71 Franklin Street (Credit: Compass)

    A New Mega Mansion Grows in Tribeca

    New York City -- a city that is famously short on space -- is not the place where mega mansions usually hit the market. ...
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  6. The New York State Pavilion during festivities on April 22, 2014, marking the 50th anniversary of the 1964 World's Fair (Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

    A New Life for the New York State Pavilion

    It may be hard to envision, but on two occasions, the center of art, innovation and invention throughout the entire world was set in Queens. That’s because Flushing Meadows Corona Park hosted the World’s Fair twice -- in 1939 and in 1964. ...
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  7. 111 West 57th Street rendering (Credit: SHoP Architects)

    Skinny Towers Continue to Rise in NYC

    We called the rise of skinny towers the top real estate trend of 2014 -- and even more of these sleek structures will start construction in 2015. ...
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    8 Neighborhoods on the Rise: Where to Buy Now in NYC

    In New York City, where the real estate market is strong and prices seemingly grow every day, there are two words of advice passed along frequently: buy now. ...
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  9. Rendering of Essex Crossing on the Lower East Side (Photo: Essex Crossing)

    New Essex Crossing to Start Building on Lower East Side

    Essex Crossing, formerly known as the SPURA project, is a massive affordable housing development proposed for the Lower East Side. And when we say massive, we mean massive -- this is the largest swath of undeveloped city-owned land south of 96th Street. ...
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  10. Illustration: Mary-Louise Price Foss

    10 Things to Watch Out For in Your Rental Contract

    Apartment-hunting in New York City is stressful. The frantic search for the perfect pad often goes on until the last minute, and by the time you’re handed a lease you’re usually ready to sign without a second thought. ...
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