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Historic NYC: The Singer Building

The Singer Building was once the tallest in New York City, standing at 612 feet. Built in 1908, the building was office and housed the headquarters of a sewing company (aptly enough, named Singer). Ernest…

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The Statue of Liberty… In Paris?

Now there’s something you don’t see every day, but it is something that was familiar to Parisians during the late 1800s. The Statue of Liberty began construction in 1877, and was completed piece by piece. The statue…

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Weekly News: Saturday Links

City Planning Votes Yes on SPURA (Curbed) New York’s City Planning Commission approved the proposal for SPURA on the Lower East Side, the largest block of undeveloped land south of 96th Street… although the scope…

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