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Rail Yard Weekends at the High Line; The Shelton is 70% Sold

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CHELSEA?Once again, the High Line will be opening the undeveloped rail yards to visitors during Open House New York, but this year the park is adding an additional weekend of tours. The tracks are still overgrown with grasses and wildflowers, but they'll be developed into the High Line's third and final section. Reservations for the first weekend, October 6-7, will be made through OHNY's website, and reservations for the following weekend, October 12-13, will be available through the High Line's website beginning on September 27. Tours are self-guided and run from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. [Curbedwire Inbox]

BED-STUY?The Shelton, a 14-story affordable housing co-op, is now 70 percent sold. The new development has 83 units for low- and middle-income families. Twenty-five units remain, including two-bedrooms from $325,000 to $456,500 (including a penthouse with a private cabana) and three-bedrooms from $387,500 to $455,000. [Curbedwire Inbox]