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Restart talks are to happen over the next few weeks.

Mayor Establishes Two Task Forces on City Restart and Recovery

Restart talks are to happen over the next few weeks.

The Upheaval in New York’s Rental Market - The New York Times

The Upheaval in New York’s Rental Market - The New York Times

The founder of high-end boutique Intermix is selling his four-bedroom apartment in an uber-exclusive building Concrete Jungle, Interior, Home, West Village Apartment, Interior Design Kitchen, Apartment, Second Floor, Interior Design, Kitchen Design

Fashion Mogul Lists West Village Apartment for $15 Million

Fashion Mogul Lists West Village Apartment for $15 Million

Income growth greatest in tech hubs over past 5 years Brookings Institution, House Speaker, Obama Administration, Concrete Jungle, South Florida, West Virginia, 5 Years, Past, Tech

Income growth greatest in tech hubs over past 5 years

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — From the middle of the Obama administration to the midpoint of the Trump presidency, household income grew the most in tech and entertainment centers like Austin, Texas;...

See how much LA’s skyline changed in 10 years - Curbed LA Los Angeles Skyline, Downtown Los Angeles, Us Bank Tower, Craftsman Cottage, Living In La, Marriott Hotels, Local Real Estate, Concrete Jungle, San Francisco Skyline

See how much LA’s skyline changed in 10 years

As photos from 2009 and 2019 prove, developers descended on Downtown Los Angeles.

City Council is set to approve a measure requiring "bird-friendly" glass on all new construction so that it is more visible to the birds passing by. Bird Migration, California City, City Council, Concrete Jungle, Birds, Bird

City Council Set to Require New Buildings to Use 'Bird-Friendly' Glass

The city, as they say, is going to the birds.

New York City commuters were perplexed by a submerged subway entrance Wednesday. The MTA was testing new equipment it installed to protect the subway from damaging floods and make its system more resilient to climate change. Metropolitan Transportation Authority, The Verge, Nyc Subway, Environmental Science, Train Travel, Public Transport, Planet Earth, Climate Change, New York City

MTA floods NYC subway entrance because ‘climate change is real’

New York City commuters were perplexed by a submerged subway entrance Wednesday. The MTA was testing new equipment it installed to protect the subway from damaging floods and make its system more resilient to climate change.

The condo at 651 Dolores inside San Francisco's The Light House sat untouched for two years in the region's notoriously competitive real estate market. Home Still, San Francisco Chronicle, House Sitting, Brickwork, Concrete Jungle, Pent House, Land For Sale, Real Estate Marketing, Lighthouse

No one wants to buy this $6.5 million century-old church-turned luxe townhome once owned by a tech CEO in San Francisco — take a look inside

The condo at 651 Dolores inside San Francisco's The Light House sat untouched for two years in the region's notoriously competitive real estate market.

Million Packages a Day: The Internet Brings Chaos to N. Streets The push for convenience is having a stark impact on gridlock roadway safety and pollution in New York City and urban areas around the world.

1.5 Million Packages a Day: The Internet Brings Chaos to N.Y. Streets - The New York Times

Why the Nordstrom NYC Flagship Is Chasing Locals Concrete Jungle, Nordstrom, Nyc, New York

Why the Nordstrom NYC Flagship Is Chasing Locals

Why the Nordstrom NYC Flagship Is Chasing Locals

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Practicality Sets New York’s Silicon Alley Apart in the High-Tech World

Companies build up industry with down-to-earth approach.

More than incidents slowed service and disgusted straphangers on New York City subways in the first eight months of 2019 — far outpacing the last two years, MTA records obtained by THE CITY show.

Why The Subway Stinks: ‘Soiled Car’ Reports Soar This Year

More than 1,600 incidents slowed service and disgusted straphangers in the first eight months of 2019 — far outpacing the last two years.

NYC pol questions NYCHA’s readiness for the next superstorm Emergency Generator, Storybook Homes, Storm Surge, Emergency Management, Hurricane Sandy, The Agency, Disaster Preparedness, Concrete Jungle, The Next

NYC pol questions NYCHA’s readiness for the next superstorm

The city’s fiscal watch dog is calling on NYCHA to update New Yorkers on how it’s better prepared for storms like Sandy

Scores of people are leaving the New York City area behind every day. Leaving New York, Manhattan Skyline, One Year Ago, Concrete Jungle, Colorado Springs, Utah, New York City, Brooklyn, Las Vegas

More People Are Leaving NYC Daily Than Any Other U.S. City

The rent is too damn high.

From ancient Rome to modern Atlanta, the shape of cities has been defined by the technologies that allow commuters to get to work in about 30 minutes.

The History of Cities Is About How We Get to Work

From ancient Rome to modern Atlanta, the shape of cities has been defined by the technologies that allow commuters to get to work in about 30 minutes.

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Things to Do in New York City

Today is somehow the seventeenth anniversary of my moving (back) to New York (I was born here but we moved away when I was very young and I grew up elsewhere). Seventeen years is an absurd and embarrassing amount of time to have lived anywhere. It is also an amount of time that means people I know who come to visit the city ask me for recommendations and it also means I am uniquely ill-equipped to give them recommendations. But, to celebrate this anniversary, here's my updated list of Things…