More city streets are opened, delivery apps must cap fees, & more

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The city is halfway towards its goal of having 40 miles of open streets for better social distancing (Curbed NY)

A waterfront estate at 54 Byram Dr., in Greenwich, Connecticut, just sold for $17.1 million, a record price for the state (press release)

In a win for NYC restaurants, fees for third-party delivery apps like GrubHub and Uber Eats are capped at 20 percent during the pandemic (Gothamist)

Pricing and negotiability are among the changes coming to NYC real estate, according to the CEO of Warburg Realty (Forbes)

A group of tenants in Manhattan lost a court battle to bring a class action against their landlord for charging higher rents while receiving J-51 tax breaks (The Real Deal)

A Queens diner transforms into a pop-up drive-in movie theater (The New York Times)