MTA officials were hoping to hike fares in 2019 and 2021 It seems only natural that after unveiling an $836 million plan to fix the ailing NYC subway system, the MTA would want to increase fares on the service. That’s what the agency’s chief financial officer, Robert Foran, said at a monthly board meeting, the New York Times reports
Trace a century of change in NYC with these before and after images This piece was originally published on June 15, 2015. It’s often said that the only constant in New York is constant change, and looking through historic photos of the city——even photos from just 20 years ago ——proves how true that really is. New Yorkers love waxing poetic about the good ol’ days and lamenting the loss of history, and there’s an app that allows users to tap into that nostalgia and time travel
This is the building’s second pricey penthouse to find a buyer this year Well, that was fast.
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“Two Barns” is for sale “Two Barns,” a home that was built in 1993 from two 17th century English barns, just came on the market with an asking price of $3,495,000 under listing agent Korine Konzet of Brown Harris Stevens. Located at 516 Little Noyac Path in Water Mill, the home was previously listed for rent through Corcoran Group Real Estate at prices varying between $30,000 per month and up to $95,000 per month. The entire second barn now serves as the master suite, with a sitting area, fireplace, dressing area, and master bath with double vanity, soaking tub, shower, sauna, and another fireplace.
The former party house is asking $6.5M Earlier this week, Curbed wrote a story on a 12,500 square foot home that went on the market for $6.5 million. The home actually belongs to Hercules actor, Kevin Sorbo, as reported by Behind the Hedges . And the home has what some may call a fun history.
The Cuban-inspired shop was designed by Omgivning Downtown’s Spring Arcade stretches between Spring Street and Broadway, and is lined with storefronts that are slowly filling in. The latest to move into the arcade is more than just the latest in a seemingly endless parade of Downtown coffeeshops—it’s also probably in the running for one of its most photogenic. The new Cuban-inspired shop from the Gaviña family (of grocery store brand Don Francisco coffee) was designed by Downtown architecture and interior design firm Omgivning