Patrick Sisson

Curbed

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Patrick Sisson is a senior reporter for Curbed.

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Beverly Hills: Glitz, glamor, and city-wide surveillance

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 The hottest parlor game in urban circles right now is guessing who will be the bride of Amazon. The tech giant has announced it is…

Amazon seeks city

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