On the Market: Harlem Losing Barbershop, Getting Disney Playground; Trumped in Baja; NYC Not Transit Tops

What a $2.7 million Northside Piers mega condo looks like [Curbed]

Gene Kohn of KPF talks Hudson Yards, ground zero, turning down work in Iran [Times]

Riverside South gets limo-only parking lane [Post]

Living wage fight storms through City Hall [Crain's]

James Nederlander upgrades at the San Remo [Journal]

A Harlem institution–it’s a barbershop–is threatened by rent hike [Times]

Meanwhile, a Disney playground is set for 103rd and Park [Curbed]

People like bike lanes, latest poll shows, but think they look empty [Journal]

Suit brought against Trump Baja for being trumped [Times]

New York not as good for transit as we thought [Trans Nation]

Top three-bedroom at the Dakota comes on the market for $15 million [Curbed]

Shrinking your apartment so the kids can have one, too [Times]

Art coming to vacant Myrtle Avenue storefronts [Brownstoner]

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    with play structures. The most frequent injury to children on
    playgrounds is a fracture of the upper limb resulting from falls from
    climbing apparatus’s (Fissel, 2005). The second most common cause of
    injury to children on playgrounds is falls from slides (Fissel, 2005).
    Fall heights are the largest safety issue for most safety inspectors.

  2. Anonymous says:

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