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  1. Mighty MetLife in talks to consolidate at namesake towerRead the original story

    Dec 23, 2014 | New York Post

    When your name is splayed in 15-foot-high letters across the top of a significant Midtown building, it's hard to give it up. We've now learned that mighty MetLife is considering a consolidation into its namesake jumbo skyscraper at 200 Park Ave., where it towers over both Park and Grand Central Terminal.

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  2. Woman who makes $6K a month off Airbnb rental ordered to stopRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 23, 2014 | New York Post

    Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Carol Edmead issued a temporary injunction against Noelle Penraat, who, as The Post reported in October , was sued by her landlord. In her ruling made public Tuesday, Edmead said records show Penraat made $61,000 off her rent-controlled Central Park duplex in just nine months.

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  3. Community Board calls for redesign of One VanderbiltRead the original story

    Dec 22, 2014 | New York Post

    Manhattan Community Boards 5 and 6 have introduced a new dimension to the boards' supposedly "advisory" role involving land-use issues: they're trying to redesign a proposed new 67-story office building. Last week, the boards rejected SL Green's plan to put up One Vanderbilt, which is now wending its way through the city's seven-month Uniform Land Use Review Procedure, which began on Nov. 17. Their objections? They want for some reason to move the 1.3 million-square-foot skyscraper's public lobby - in effect, a new entrance hall for Grand Central Terminal next door - from its presently planned site on Vanderbilt Avenue at East 43rd Street to Madison Avenue and 43rd.

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  4. Meet the young ballerina Mick Jagger's wooing 10 months after L'Wren's deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 22, 2014 | New York Post

    Friends of ballerina Melanie Hamrick were surprised when photos emerged of her cozying up to Mick Jagger in June . It's June, three months after his girlfriend L'Wren Scott's tragic suicide , and Mick Jagger is on his hotel balcony in Zurich, looking understandably rumpled and exhausted.

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  5. 19 fun holiday activities for when the kids say a Ia m boredaRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 19, 2014 | New York Post

    School's out, so kids of all ages can get ready for fun at the Holiday Train Show at Grand Central , the skating rink at Bryant Park , the NYC Fire Museum and more! The last gift has been opened and you've kissed all of the relatives goodbye - and if you have kids, now what? A day or two after unwrapping all those expensive toys, an angelic little face will inevitably turn to you and say, "I'm bored!" With NYC schools closed for the holidays between Christmas Eve and Jan. 2, there's a lot of downtime to fill. So just think of the city as one giant classroom.

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  6. Why the selfie stick is the most controversial gift of 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 17, 2014 | New York Post

    It's a sunny Friday afternoon on the Brooklyn Bridge, yet Tarsila Ferreira is proudly holding what appears to be the shaft of an umbrella. Attached at the top: her smartphone.

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  7. Action heating up on Midtown South buildingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 17, 2014 | New York Post

    The 84-unit newly constructed luxury rental apartment building in Boerum Hill, The Bergen, at 316 Bergen St. was sold for $52.2 million to a private European investor. Two renovated Midtown South buildings are now being traded, with one approaching $1,100 per square foot and the other at $770 per square foot.

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  8. MEa s office cremated wrong body, lost corpse for a yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 13, 2014 | New York Post

    Leah Lehrer died in January at age 95, but her body was misplaced by medical examiners for nearly a year. The Medical Examiner's Office recently found an elderly woman's corpse rotting in a cooler in its Manhattan morgue for nearly a year.

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  9. Struggling Manhattan learns dark side of being champsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 12, 2014 | New York Post

    Entering the season fresh off their first NCAA Tournament appearance in 10 years, the Jaspers realized the already difficult task of winning a MAAC championship had become even tougher and the season would be remarkably different than any they had experienced. The players talked of bull's-eyes and targets and radars, all on them, all on a team that wouldn't be overlooked all season, even if it returned without its top three scorers.

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  10. Through the ages: Christmas time in New York CityRead the original story

    Dec 12, 2014 | New York Post

    An estimated 4,000 people line 51st St. waiting to see the Christmas show at Radio City Music Hall on Dec. 27, 1945. A Christmas Eve shopper with a crated rocking horse tries to hail a cab outside Macy's department store on Dec. 24, 1946.

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  11. Brooklyn's hot Dumbo to get even hotter in New YearRead the original story

    Dec 10, 2014 | New York Post

    Dumbo is slated to be New York City's hottest 'hood in 2015, according to a new report from StreetEasy. Deserted by actress Anne Hathaway but home to fashion plate Olivia Palermo, Dumbo is followed by Brooklyn neighborhood Vinegar Hill, where actor Robert Pattinson of "Twilight" fame A recently scoped out a $3.4a Dumbo's population has nearly doubled since 2000 and home prices have increased by 50 percent in 2014 alone, said StreetEasy data analyst Alan Lightfeldt.

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  12. A lease now in play on BroadwayRead the original story

    Dec 9, 2014 | New York Post

    The operating lease for the 1.1 million-square-foot office building at 1407 Broadway is up for grabs - and could garner more than $330 million, or over $300 per square foot. The 43-story building has entrances on Seventh Ave. and on Broadway, where it has the full western blockfront between West 38th and West 39th streets.

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  13. Apple goes iHipster with new Williamsburg storeRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 9, 2014 | New York Post

    Ending years of speculation, the tech-products powerhouse has signed a long-term lease for a 20,000-square-foot store at 247 Bedford Ave. at the corner of North 3rd Street, brokerage community sources definitively revealed. It will be Apple's long-awaited first Brooklyn location.

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  14. Retail leasing skyrocketed this fallRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 8, 2014 | New York Post

    Avison Young is marketing a retail showroom with a floating spiral staircase at 24 W. 57th St. that currently houses an art gallery. Fall has turned out to be a season full of leasing for retail real estate.

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  15. Pads for the 1 percent: A look at 2014's priciest NYC listingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 8, 2014 | New York Post

    And it's no surprise that Manhattan - the borough that burns hottest right in the middle of it all - saw the largest year-over-year price growth. This year, the median asking price here climbed nearly 20 percent, to $1.19 million from the $999,000 recorded in 2013, according to StreetEasy data.

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  16. You wona t believe these sexy twists on a The NutcrackeraRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 4, 2014 | New York Post

    'The Nutcracker" is as much a part of the holidays as Black Friday and the yule log. And while Lincoln Center has what many consider the quintessential production, there are lots of ways to crack this classic.

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  17. Former Times editor Abramson writing for NYC weekliesRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 3, 2014 | New York Post

    Former New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson, in one of her first major reported efforts since her ouster from the Gray Lady last May, has penned an investigative article on pedestrian traffic fatalities for a chain of Manhattan weeklies. Her 3,000-word piece, "The Tragedy After," explores why New York City lags the rest of the country when it comes to prosecuting drivers who kill pedestrians.

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  18. Stakes are high in South Street Seaporta s redevelopment planRead the original story

    Dec 1, 2014 | New York Post

    This could be a week of destiny for Howard Hughes Corp.'s South Street Seaport redevelopment proposal. At a meeting of the "Seaport Working Group" Wednesday night, Hughes execs will try to sell the project's opponents on its public benefits.

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  19. Charges to be dismissed in alleged V. Stiviano attackRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 1, 2014 | New York Post

    Charges against the Long Island man accused of punching Donald Sterling's gal pal, V. Stiviano, in Manhattan this past summer will be dismissed if he stays out of trouble for six months, prosecutors said Monday. Dominick Diorio, 41, of Old Bethpage was initially charged with felony assault as a hate crime for allegedly pummeling Stiviano through a cab window in the Meatpacking District in June.

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  20. Pizza maker has a flarea for craft, uses solar power for piesRead the original story

    Dec 1, 2014 | New York Post

    When Harlem-based Neapolitan Express launched in 2013 with one natural-gas and electrical-powered food truck, owner Max Crespo was praised by then-Mayor Bloomberg. T. Boone Pickens, whose company Clean Energy Fuels had invested in Neapolitan Express, was also at the news conference.

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