March 1, 2019 – Weekly News Roundup

March 1st, 2019
  1. Manhattan BP threatens ‘legal remedies’ against Upper East Side NYCHA project - Curbed
  2. Wanted: The Oddest Lots - The New York Times
  3. Rezonings raise prices, housing study shows - Crain's New York Business
  4. City Invests $75M More In East River Esplanade Fixes - Patch
  5. Sotheby’s New York to Expand Gallery Space - The New York Times
  6. The Private School vs. the Radical Priest - The New York Times
  7. NYPD officers get one of their cutest investigations in Manhattan - ABC7NY
  8. AIA New York Selects the City of Dreams Pavilion to be Built from Salvaged Timber - ArchDaily
  9. Upper East Side Salon Under Investigation for Racial Discrimination - The New York Times
  10. Cornell Tech Founding Dean Daniel Huttenlocher to Depart for MIT - Cornell Daily Sun
  11. Couple could face over $800 rent hike in stabilized apartment - New York Post
  12. Site of famed restaurant Il Vagabondo hits market for $9M - New York Post
  13. Moise Safra Center On UES To Open After Years Of Construction - Patch
  14. UES church sells York Ave home to Weill Cornell for $68M - The Real Deal
  15. With Maison, Park Avenue Moms Gets a Club of Their Own - The Wall Street Journal
  16. Little Persia on 73rd Street - Our Town
  17. New details on 92nd Street MTS ramp - Our Town
  18. Brewer challenges de Blasio on Holmes Tower Plans - Our Town
  19. With a de Blasio assist, Cuomo demonstrates congestion-pricing momentum - Politico
  20. Is this what Rafael Viñoly’s Upper East Side condo on stilts will look like? - Curbed NY
  21. Viñoly’s Jetsons-Esque Skyscraper At 249 East 62nd Street Revealed, Upper East Side - YIMBY
  22. New law proposes school bus cameras to catch unsafe motorists - New York Post
  23. Citi Bike To Roll Out 4,000 E-Bikes, For Riders Willing To Pay Extra Gothamist
  24. Pied-à-terre tax gains City Council support with new resolution - Curbed NY
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