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Morning Reads: Mystery Developer, More Bike Riders, Electric Car Conundrum

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  • A “mystery” buyer snaps up 315 East 10th Street from the Educational Alliance. There are strong hints that the buyer was also behind the purchase of the Cabrini Nursing Home building and is, in fact, developer Ben Shaoul (EV Grieve).
  • The city says the number of regular bike riders rose by 8% this year. Not everyone is convinced their numbers are accurate (NYT).
  • There are now more than 50 electric car charging stations in Manhattan. Most are unused, but the Seward park Cooperative on Grand Street is an exception (NYT).
  • Is Chinatown shrinking because more people are being lured by economic opportunity in China? (Metro)


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