You can live in Hit Show’s UWS building + helicopter complaints


Hello, people from the Upper West Side! Gus Saltonstall here with your brand new issue of the Upper West Side Daily.

First of all, the weather forecast for the day:

Clouds and sun; not as hot. High: 69 Low: 52.

Here are the best stories on the Upper West Side today:

  1. For $ 4.5 million, live in the real life of Arconia in New York City, seen in Hulu’s “Only Murders in the Building” (6 square feet)
  2. Complaints about New York City helicopter noise have tripled in the past year (The New York Times)
  3. Levain is preparing to reopen its original location (I love the Upper West Side)
  4. New York restaurant owner Lady Gaga’s father wants fewer mandates and more confidence from politicians: “It’s about time” (Business fox)
  5. West Side Rag »Wedding Band Blues: Max looking for the owner of Lost Ring (

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    • 9 UNDER 34: Composers Younger Than NYFOS (7:00 p.m.)

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    Gus Saltonstall

    About me: Hi Patch readers! I’m a Patch reporter covering the Manhattan neighborhoods of West Village, Upper West Side, and Washington Heights / Inwood. If you like my writing, please subscribe to Patch newsletters. Graduated from Dickinson College. Born and raised on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. Send your advice to [email protected]

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