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CurbedWire: Jetsonville, Scaffolding Wars, Subway Inn

1) Little Chitaly: Are things headed downhill in Jetsonville? A tipster shouts, "HOLY, PRICES HAVE JUST DROPPED @ 123 BAXTER...NO WAIT...THE UNITS JUST GOT BIGGER...First they try to get brokers to bring buyers, now they're tryin to fool buyers by using gross square footage and adding exterior space?!?" Guess the free beamer didn't ignite sales. [CurbedWire Inbox]

2) Battery Park City: Another front in the scaffolding war has sprouted in the Ssuthern tip, with a reader wondering, "Why has the scaffolding at One Battery Park Place (West Street and Battery Park Place) has been up for six years without any work being done? Isn't there some sort of law that limits the amount of time it can be kept up without work being done? It ruins the beauty of all the work that has been done down here. If I moved into that building I would be very upset." [CurbedWire Inbox]

3) Upper East Side: An update on the possible Subway Inn closing, with a tipster reporting, "I heard a report on 1010 WINS this morning about the Subway Inn on East 60th street. Reporter John Montone said the building where the Subway Inn is housed was sold. But there is an agreement the bar can stay open until the owner dies. And the owner is 96!" [CurbedWire Inbox]