May 10, 2019 – Weekly News Roundup

May 10th, 2019
  1. Developer’s proposed ferry link between Astoria and Upper East Side gains tentative support - Curbed
  2. Ferry Extension to Upper East Side Being Discussed - Main Street Wire
  3. NYS pols are targeting the favorite loophole of supertall developers - The Real Deal
  4. Join a Smart Cities Tour and Workshop on the Footprint of Architect Joseph Lluís Sert - Untapped Cities
  5. OPINION: James O’Neill: Crime reforms would make NYC more dangerous - New York Post
  6. Harlem Church Plans 33-Story Tower, Files For Rezoning: Report - Patch
  8. City quietly pauses plans for private development at Brooklyn NYCHA site - Politico
  9. Payphone-Replacing LinkNYC Kiosks Not Generating Projected Revenue - Gotham Gazette
  10. Park Avenue: Flowers and Financiers, in the Thick of It All - The New York Times
  11. Rent Guidelines Board votes in favor of increases on apartments, freeze on hotels - The Real Deal
  12. Interactive Map Tracks NYC Evictions & The Landlords Who File For Them - Gothamist
  13. De Blasio Administration Bans Alcohol Advertisements on City Property - CityLand
  14. OP-ED: A watershed moment for Queens - Crain's New York Business
  15. Louise Carroll Appointed Commissioner of HPD - CityLand
  16. City Council approves package of 17 bills to strengthen tenant protections - The Real Deal
  17. Development Brings 28 Below-Market Units, Preschool To UES - Patch
  18. Naftali, Rockefeller are bringing a luxury condo tower to the UES - The Real Deal
  19. Report: More NYC Landlords Are Charging Preferential Rents, A Potential Tool To Uproot Tenants - Gothamist
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