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Duly Noted

* The sun sets on Gowanus Bay -- in 1851. [Ephemeral New York]

* Williamsburg getting an old-fashioned antique store -- something that's not nice and shiny for a change. [Brownstoner]

* Don't feel sorry for Rudy after his presidential flop. Witness his Hamptons home. [Guest of a guest ... hamptons via Gothamist]

* This Park Avenue townhouse has been on the market for almost 20 years! [Curbed]

* Freebie alert at the soon to open Red Hook Ikea. [Racked]

* Queens Central catches us up on some retail developments, including the shuttering of a favorite old pizzeria on Austin Street.

* Jeremiah shows us the thing that ate Gramercy. [Jeremiah's Vanishing New York]

* David Dunlap looks back at the Olmstead and Vaux plan for Central Park, which is turning 150. [City Room]

* The Hamilton Grange move, chronicled in photos by Eric K. Washington.

* East Village Podcasts shares video of Tuesday night's mega storm.

-- Rolando Pujol

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