Daily digest: New York’s worst landlord, a crowdfunded tennis court restoration at Versailles, and more

Good evening and happy Tuesday. If your landlord has ever replied “lol” to your request for an urgent repair, you’ll enjoy today’s news.

Here’s what you need to know:

Let them…play tennis?

Last year, French leaders crowdfunded to restore the Salle du Jeu de Paume (Royal Tennis Court) of Versailles, an indoor court that once harbored members of the French Revolution. The eight-month, $1.8 million euro project is now complete.

Revolutionary members of the “third estate,” common people with no power under French monarchic rule, hid inside the court on 17 June 1789, declaring themselves a National Assembly and went on to write France’s

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