Congestion pricing delay, new development review process restarts, & more


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The roll-out of congestion pricing in Manhattan is delayed by at least a year—pushing it out to 2022 (Curbed NY)

A newly launched site will allow NYC developers to move forward with public review of their projects through remote meetings (press release)

A lawsuit claiming a plan to reconvene in-person court cases is rushed and dangerous could have implications for housing court (Law360)

Summer heat and work-from-home patterns are putting additional stress on the electrical grid, making blackouts possible (Gothamist)

For 9 percent of adults in the U.S., the coronavirus pandemic has prompted them to delay home ownership, according to data from (press release)

Mask-free pandemic parties are popping up in NYC (Gothamist)