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14th Street busway finally opens, Hudson Yards inspires a set of sex toys, & more

By Emily Myers | October 3, 2019 - 11:00AM 

After months of legal challenges, the 14th Street busway is open and expected to improve commute speeds and reliability (abc7 NY) 

The MTA's $51.5 billion capital plan includes $325 million to install protective netting across the city’s elevated subway tracks (NY Daily News)

A set of hot pink sex toys have been created, inspired by the towers at Hudson Yards (Curbed)

East River Park will no longer close for three years for resiliency work. The revamp will instead happen in two phases and parts of the park will stay open (Gothamist)

Vanity Fair correspondent Gabriel Sherman is behind a new TV drama focused on NYC's real estate scene (The Real Deal)

A housing lottery has opened for 41 affordable apartments in East New York, with rents starting at $590 (Housing Connect)

 

 

 

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