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  1. A Walking and Gawking Guide to Lower ManhattanRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 4 | Wall Street Journal

    After a post-9/11 building spree, New York's Financial District is flush with new diversions. Here, a rundown of the best ones to take in OLD NEW YORK is the city's newest hotbed.

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  2. N.Y. Firefighter Dies in Manhattan Movie-Set BlazeRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 23, 2018 | Wall Street Journal

    A 15-year veteran firefighter died while battling a growing blaze at an upper Manhattan movie set on Thursday night, according to Fire Department of New York Commissioner Daniel Nigro. Michael Davidson, 37-years old, was using a hose to help stop the 5th-alarm fire in the cellar of 773 St. Nicholas Avenue at about 11 p.m. when he got separated from his fellow firefighters, Mr. Nigro said.

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  3. What Slump? Some Manhattan Retailers Look to Own Buildings Instead of Renting ThemRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 19, 2018 | Wall Street Journal

    Small businesses largely steered clear of real-estate investments during the heady days of soaring rents and prices for Manhattan retail properties. Now that prices are coming down, some are exploring the possibility of owning their space.

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  4. A New, 8,000-Square-Foot Art and Design Mecca to Open in TribecaRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 7, 2018 | Wall Street Journal

    After 20 years in business, Manhattan design gallery R & Company founders Zesty Meyers and Evan Snyderman look to the future with an expansive new space TWO'S COMPANY Zesty Meyers on a 1950s Martin Eisler chair and Evan Snyderman on a 1950s JosA Zanine Caldas lounger at R & Company's new Tribeca gallery.

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  5. New York Dance Venue Tries Pay-What-You-Want Model for TicketsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 4, 2018 | Wall Street Journal

    The Joyce Theater's initiative allows customers to reserve a seat for $1 and then pay what they choose after watching a full performance The Joyce Theater in Manhattan on Saturday offered a 'Pay-What-You-Decide' matinee dance performance of Company Wayne McGregor. On Saturday, the Joyce Theater debuted "Pay What You Decide," a ticket-sales initiative that allows guests to reserve a seat for $1 and then pay what they choose after watching a full dance performance.

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  6. Sign of the Times: New Office Space Created in Retail's TumultRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 25, 2018 | Wall Street Journal

    Normandy Real Estate Partners' $133 million deal for part of ABC Carpet's building is a sign of the times Normandy Real Estate Partners found what it viewed as the perfect spot for a high-end Manhattan office development: the upper floors of the ABC Carpet & Home building, a retail industry landmark.

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  7. New York Police Investigating Rape Allegations Against Harvey WeinsteinRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 3, 2017 | Wall Street Journal

    New York City police said they are investigating a "credible and detailed" rape allegation by a woman against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein and are gathering evidence for a possible criminal case. Chief of Detectives Robert Boyce told a media briefing Friday that the police have interviewed the accuser on her allegation about an incident seven years ago.

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  8. Actress Mercedes Ruehl Was Inspired by a Trunk of Hand-Me-Down GownsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 10, 2017 | Wall Street Journal

    The Oscar-winning actress had a vivid fantasy life in a series of homes; today, she lives in Manhattan and has an East Hampton, N.Y., farmhouse Mercedes Ruehl, 69, won a Tony for her performance in Broadway's "Lost in Yonkers" in 1991 and an Oscar for her role in "The Fisher King" in 1992. She is appearing in the off-Broadway production of "Torch Song," opening on Oct. 19. She spoke with Marc Myers.

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  9. Jon Bon Jovi Pays $18.94 Million for Greenwich Village ApartmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 25, 2017 | Wall Street Journal

    Rocker Jon Bon Jovi has paid $18.94 million for an apartment at the Greenwich Lane condominium project in Manhattan's Greenwich Village, according to people familiar with the deal. The 3,951-square-foot corner unit has sweeping views of lower Manhattan and the Hudson River through floor-to-ceiling windows and its own private south-facing terrace.

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  10. Tribeca Penthouse Listed for $65 Million Goes Into ContractRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 26, 2017 | Wall Street Journal

    A penthouse listed for $65 million at the under-construction Manhattan condominium 70 Vestry is in contract, according to Related Companies, the developer. Benjamin Joseph, executive vice president at Related, declined to specify the sale price or buyers but said the deal is expected to set a new sales record for downtown Manhattan when it closes, topping a $50.9 million sale at Chelsea's Walker Tower in 2014.

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  11. Shake Shack to Serve Up Changes With New Finance ChiefRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 3, 2017 | Wall Street Journal

    "Working in the shack was a physically hard day. These pieces of meat get smashed down on a scorching hot grill...and you put eight of them at a time, 'smash, smash,' like you're pulverizing this thing," she said.

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  12. Harlem Subway Derailment Snarls CommuteRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 27, 2017 | Wall Street Journal

    Seven people were injured Tuesday morning in a subway train derailment in Manhattan, a Fire Department of New York official said. The derailment occurred after the morning rush hour around 9:40 a.m. on an A train traveling between 135th Street and 125th Street stations in Harlem.

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  13. New York Tower Inks Two Deals for Condos Priced Over $70 Million EachRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 15, 2017 | Wall Street Journal

    In the past week, the under-construction Manhattan condo tower 520 Park Avenue has sold two units priced at over $70 million each. Buyers have signed contracts on two high-floor duplexes priced between $73 and $83 million, according to Louis Buckworth, director of sales at the 34-unit tower.

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