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Requesting rent relief, a Billionaire's Row shelter, & more

By Emily Myers | June 1, 2021 - 10:30AM 

Emily Myers for Brick Underground

Applications for rent relief will be accepted as of today by the state agency distributing funds to qualifying tenants (The City)

Plans for a homeless shelter at the Park Savoy Hotel near Billionaire’s Row can move forward after a lawsuit opposing it was rejected by a judge (Gothamist)

The City Council's effort to ban natural gas in new developments gets pushback from those who say costs will be passed on to tenants (The Real Deal)

A $5.3 million deal is proposed to preserve an ancient burial site belonging to the Shinnecock Indian Nation, which is on prime Hamptons real estate (AP via Newsday)

After four years of delays the new Gateway Tunnel is approved with $11.6 billion of federal funding (The New York Times)

A legal battle against Two Bridges in Lower Manhattan ends as the New York Court of Appeals refuses to hear from groups opposing the development (The Real Deal)

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