On the Market: Finally, Subway WiFi; The Bronx Is Doing Just Fine; Chinese in Times Square

Getting closer… The M.T.A.’s finance committee approved plans for Shake Shack and Apple in Grand Central. [The Real Deal]

Investor buys 89 Kips Bay co-ops for $15 million, or $175,000 a piece. Talk about buying in bulk. [Journal]

The New York City subway system is finally catching up to the 21st century and beginning to install WiFi in stations. [DNAinfo]

If you’re in a historic district, you might not know it—many of them are still awaiting signs. [NY Times]

Brooklyn Prospect Charter School is moving to Windsor Terrace. [NY Daily News]

Bronx subway stations are the dirtiest—litter, smells, and crumbling walls are the norm. [NY Post]

But the borough is still a turnaround story [NY Times]

Creative agency tenants are moving in to the Meatpacking District. [DNAinfo]

Chinese state news agency buying a “spectacular” in Times Square [NY Times]


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