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The NYC Dining Staple
Horn & Hardart Automats were all over the city back in the 1930s, 40s and 50s serving 800,000 people a day. Find out how these glass vending machine grids redefined lunch-time for hard-working New Yorkers and became a dining staple for all ages.
Staten Island’s Abandoned 45-Acre Farm Colony Will be Revitalized to Include a Massive Public Park
Trinity Church Will Build First Residential Developments in Hudson Square
Today’s the Day: Condé Nast Moves into One World Trade Center
This 16-Room Upper East Side Penthouse with Conservatory is Back for $4M Less
Copper-Clad Writer’s Cabin by Andrew Berman Changes Color with the Seasons
Brighten Your Mood with this $4M Colorful Maria Brito-Designed Co-op
Poorex’s Tripod Furniture Makes a Statement on Three Legs
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