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How to ace a doggie co-op board interview, Brooklyn gets its own version of Chelsea Piers, and more

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Think co-op board interviews are invasive? Wait til it’s Fido’s turn (The New York Times, previously)

The company behind Manhattan’s Chelsea Piers is planning a “world class fitness club” for the development 33 Bond St., on the border of Boerum Hill and Downtown Brooklyn (Wall Street Journal)

Developer Aby Rosen speaks about Trump, Kushner, the Four Seasons shutter and more (The Real Deal)

Prospect Park goes completely car free for the first time ever (CBS New York)

The landmarked Webster Hall is set to close next month for major renovations that will take an “undisclosed period of time” (NYDN)

Century-old Beaux Arts building on Fifth Avenue to be replaced by new, 40-story tower (DNAinfo)

Are you eligible for the Senior Citizen Rent Increase Exemption? (amNewYork)

 

 

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