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    Very nice.
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    Cool Derek. How long you going to be there?

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    Good shots, thank you!

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    Homes on 217th Street, between Park Terrace East and West in Inwood. (Manhattan Street Project)


    http://www.dnainfo.com/20101111/manh...#ixzz154SPxHWh

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    Amazing a single-family home like that still exists there. I wonder, how much longer?

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    This really is an fascinating neighborhood full of amazing (albeit hazardous in this case) nooks.


    Unsafe Retaining Wall Threatens Property on Inwood Block Updated

    A group of tenants and landlords from 11 buildings must work together to repair a dangerous retaining wall, says the city.













    http://www.dnainfo.com/20110405/wash...n-inwood-block

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    Free Mini-Inwood Film Festival at Indian Road Cafe

    Film buffs will get to see Inwood in all its film glory at a mini-film festival put on by the history-loving Lost Inwood group.

    By Carla Zanoni











    http://www.dnainfo.com/20110405/wash...#ixzz1IkhhgzJT

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    Cornerspotted: A Long-Gone Wooden House On Academy St.

    by Jessica Dailey





    The person who correctly guessed this week's Cornerspotter is clearly an expert on wooden houses in NYC—the commenter name is "Wooden House Project." The house depicted was located at 690 Academy Street in Inwood, and it was photographed in 1932 by Charles Von Urban as part of a quest to document every wood-framed structure in the city. Today, the site is occupied by a multi-family building that was built in 1938.


    [View of the house from the rear]



    Photo: 690 Academy Street, 1932 [MCNY]
    Hint: Where One Home Stood, Now There Are Many [Curbed]

    http://ny.curbed.com/archives/2013/0...academy_st.php

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