Eviction ban extended, 24-hour subway service returns, & more


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The eviction moratorium is extended until August 31st for tenants affected by coronavirus (Democrat and Chronicle)

The MTA will resume 24-hour subway service on May 17th for the first time since the early days of the pandemic (Gothamist)

Owners of buildings that exceed new carbon emissions limits can now apply for adjustments to reduce potential fines (press release)

There are jitters about the future of the 1031 exchange, which would be partially eliminated in the $1.8 trillion American Families Plan (The Real Deal)

One Boerum Place, a new development envisioned as a luxury condo building, is being turned into rentals (The Real Deal)

Tips on picking the best cafe table to suit your outdoor space (The New York Times)