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The city falls behind on homelessness targets, Midtown East rezoning gives us another supertall, & more

By Emily Myers | November 13, 2018 - 11:00AM 

NYC's plans to tackle homelessness aren't keeping pace with the goal of 90 shelters by 2022 (WNYC)

A judge rules in favor of a landlord wanting to evict formerly homeless residents in Flatbush (Patch)

Rezoning in Midtown East gives rise to another supertall skyscraper, set to emerge at JPMorgan Chase's 270 Park Avenue location (New York Yimby)

Brooklyn residents demand Seventh Avenue subway gets an elevator as part of MTA accessibility upgrades to 50 stations (Brooklyn Paper)

The site of Bed-Stuy’s demolished Slave Theater is back on the market (Curbed NY)

Aging rocker, Keith Richards, takes a financial hit on his Fifth Avenue apartment (NY Post)

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