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This former bathhouse in Greenpoint could soon become apartments [Brownstoner]
Some bad news about Brooklyn real estate prices if you’re not incredibly rich [New York Times]
Book claims cops most likely to cuff fare jumpers at stations in black nabes [Brooklyn Paper]
Billionaire loans $110m Basquiat to the Brooklyn Museum [Hyperallergic]
Will New York finally consider legalizing cannabis this week? [Forbes]
The 12 best specialty bookshops in NYC [6sqft]
Is your neighbor harassing you? 4 steps to handle the problem [Brick Underground]
Chelsea Piers heads to Downtown Brooklyn [New York Times]
MTA’s $72m subway station revamp reveals sleek, modern design [Untapped Cities]
Will the few remaining historic row houses in Vinegar Hill survive development? [Brownstoner]

Meanwhile, Coke and Diet Coke are having identity crisis.

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