On the Market: Where to Watch the Parade; Downton Abbey Living; KISS Graffiti Strikes Again

The best spot to watch today’s ticker tape parade. [Curbed]
House Transpo Bill will kill the M.T.A. [Daily New, Streetsblog]
An ambitious Harlem arts center gets off the ground. [NY Times]
Building a better DOB work site sign. [Journal]
Housing crisis still ravages Jamaica, Queens. [NY Times]
A new look for a Sunset Park waterfront park. [Brownstoner]
A foreclosure deal is close! Including New York’s new support. [Journal]
More KISS graffiti in Williamsburg. [BK Paper]
Five homes perfect for the Downton Abbey set. [Curbed]
The best luxury brokers in town. [Real Deal]
Why did it take a decade to transform a school into condos? [Journal]
How about a ticker tape parade for Iraq war vets. [NY Times]
Only in Brooklyn: a $400 custom lightsaber is stolen. [BK Paper]

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