$2 billion for struggling tenants, bold environmental targets for buildings, & more

By Brick Underground  | April 8, 2021 - 10:30AM


More than $2 billion in rent relief for struggling tenants is included in the New York State budget (The Real Deal) 

NYC's Local Law 97 has been preserved in the budget. It requires all buildings larger than 25,000 square feet to meet ambitious carbon emission goals (press release) 

The restored Concert Grove Pavilion in Prospect Park reopens after a six-year closure (Brooklyn Paper)

Andrew Giuliani—son of the former NYC Mayor Rudolph Guliani—is considering a run for governor of New York (The New York Times)

A metallic shard-like sculpture removed from Lincoln Center is headed for LaGuardia Airport, ending a six-year saga (Gothamist)

Here's what it's like to excavate a cellar to add ceiling height and usable space (Brownstoner)

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