Every New York driver knows parking by a fire hydrant is a risky endeavor—violate the required 15-foot buffer by so much as a hair's breath and you'll be ticketed with glee by a vengeful meter maid. But the Manhattan parking spot that pulls in the most cash—a space in front of a hydrant at 152 Forsyth Street in the Lower East Side—might not even be illegal.


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