Elevated subway dangers in Queens, a bus improvement plan for the Bronx, & more

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Metal continues to fall from the elevated train tracks above Roosevelt Avenue in Woodside (Queens Crap)

A nearly complete UES condo tower could end up slicing off its top five floors in an extreme solution to a zoning dispute (Business Insider via New York Times)

After months of outreach, the MTA has released its draft plan to improve bus transportation in the Bronx (Curbed NY)

Shareholders of a Midtown prewar co-op could get $7,000,000 per unit if they sell to a developer (Habitat Magazine via Crain’s)

Brooklyn is getting a 25,000-square-foot new park—but you’ll have to be a resident of the new Front and York condo and rental development in Dumbo to use it (NY Post)

In a win for Red Hook preservationists, UPS has halted the demolition of a historic foundry building (Brooklyn Eagle)