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Midtown could get another supertall, a new NYC marina opens, & more

By Emily Myers | May 7, 2019 - 11:00AM 

Developers are eyeing up a Midtown site on Park Avenue they want to replace with another supertall (Curbed NY)

It's been 50 years since the last marina was built in NYC—now there's another one opening in Brooklyn Bridge Park (Trade Only Today)

Escalators across the subway system are becoming less reliable (New York Times)

Local opposition has put the breaks on a NYCHA plan to lease an East Williamsburg site to private developers for market-rate housing (The Real Deal via Politico)

A homeless shelter on the Upper West Side has been given the go-ahead by a judge who threw out a lawsuit fighting it (West Side Rag via The City)

The size of the four borough-based jails replacing the one on Rikers Island will be smaller than originally planned—partly thanks to criminal justice reforms reducing the inmate population (The City)

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