Up on the roof: Top-floor attractions help maximize revenues
from The New York Times
In a city crowded with venerable towers and gleaming new skyscrapers, builders and developers are trying to squeeze more money out of their real estate by taking advantage of one of their last available spaces: their rooftops. Cocktail lounges and restaurants have popped up on the tops of hotels, office towers and residential buildings, offering views of the city's skyline, its bridges and waterfront, as well as $20 mixed drinks.
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