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Happy Friday, 6sqft readers!

This week we explore Ridgewood, the cool kids' Queens neighborhood primed to be "the next big thing". We also take look back on the wild and dark history of the Empire State Building. After reading our story you'll never look at the skyscraper the same way again.

This and more ahead...

I  NEW YORK HISTORY
Secrets of the Empire State Building
The backdrop of Hollywood rom-coms and countless postcards, this beloved New York icon has a wild and dark past that few know about...
FIND OUT MORE HERE
I  INTERVIEWS, REAL ESTATE
Cookbooks, Cookbooks, Cookbooks!
Bonnie Slotnick Cookbooks has been a go-to location for out-of-print books since opening in 1997 in a basement. We chat with the Greenwich Village icon about her niche business and the transformation of the neighborhood over the decades.
READ THE INTERVIEW HERE
MORE HIGHLIGHTS
From the West Side Tennis Club to Arthur Ashe Stadium: A History of the US Open
One Madison: A Modern Marvel on Madison Square
 
Gluck+'s Rado Redux is a Naturally Modern Take on a Classic 1950s Home
Rihanna Caught Eyeing this Full-Floor Apartment at One York in Tribeca
Loew’s Kings Theatre Will Reopen in Flatbush With All of its 1920s Gilded Glamour
Yes, Useless Architecture has a Name. It's "Thomasson". 
 
Landmarked 1887 Townhouse is Right at Home in 21st Century Park Slope
Adam Levine’s New Wife Behati Prinsloo Sells Her Alphabet City Pad

 
Could JPods’ Solar-Power Commuter Pods Make Their Way to Manhattan?
Modern-Spotting: The Lost Eichlers of Rockland County, NY
Bromley Caldari Architects’ Albert House is a Breezy Fire Island Guest Retreat
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