The Empty Storefront Crisis and the End of the American Dream - The New York Times
NYCHA scraps east side tower plan in face of boro prez lawsuit - The City
"Their [Housing officials] goal is to allow more market-rate apartments on the site in an effort to raise more money for the cash-strapped Housing Authority.
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June is Immigrant Heritage Month
June 18, 2019 -- Every June government municipalities, organizations, and communities nationwide recognize the diversity and contributions of the immigrant community during Immigrant Heritage Month.
De Blasio and City Council reach agreement on $92.8 billion budget - City & State
Mayor, City Council reach $92.8B budget deal - Crain's
Rezonings Carry Opportunities and Risks for Low-Income Seniors - City Limits
City Fills Second Ave Bike Lane Gap Near Queensboro Bridge - Patch
Architectural artifacts from two demolished 1909 Upper East Side mansions will be for sale - 6SqFt
"The French Renaissance-style mirror-image limestone mansions at 107 and 109 East 79th Street were originally built in 1909 for Edith T. Martin and Alice Martin McCoon.
Commercial waste bill's debut next week has businesses worried - Crain's New York Business
https://www.crainsnewyork.com/politics/commercial-waste-bills-debut-next-week-has-businesses-worried"Legislation appears to be headed to the City Council that would introduce radical changes to the industry—and upend the carefully laid plans of the Department of Sanitation [...] sanitation committee Chairman Antonio Reynoso will introduce a bill next week to create an exclusive system, in which a single carter would be responsible for each zone.
New York rent reforms could wind up in omnibus bill bundled with charter school cap and legal weed - Daily News
Advocates Push Charter Commission for Bolder Action on Land Use - City Limits
LPC Releases Guidelines for Storefront Design in Historic Districts - CityLand
NYCHA taps development team to perform $350M renovations, takeover managing properties - The Real Deal
"Deputy Mayor Vicki Been announced that NYCHA tapped Arker Companies, Omni Development, Dabar Development Partners and Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corp.