Empire State Building $165M Revamp / A Lavish $50M Spread on Fifth Ave / NYC Holidays Displays / Old Billionaire's Row Buyers Flock to New Billionaire's Row Towers / Lincoln Center's David Geffen Hall Renovation 

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Empire State Building completes $165M revamp with new observatory

The new 80th floor observatory concludes a four-year renovation at NYC’s most iconic skyscraper

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For $50M, a lavish spread in one of Fifth Avenue’s most exclusive co-ops

The full-floor apartment at 820 Fifth Avenue has been owned by the same family for decades


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16 dazzling NYC holidays displays, mapped

Where to find festive displays in all five boroughs


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Old Billionaires’ Row buyers are flocking to new Billionaires’ Row towers

Plus, why is it so hard to bike over the Hudson River? And more intel in today’s New York Minute news roundup


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Lincoln Center’s David Geffen Hall renovation will finally move forward

After years of planning and mishaps, plans to renovate the New York Philharmonic’s home will at last come to fruition



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  1. Thanks for informative high light news. I am interesting with "Empire State Building completes $165M revamp with new observatory"..It looks amazing!
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