Trump must show property taxes, no MTA fare hikes, & more


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The MTA has approved a budget that doesn’t include service cuts or fare hikes—as long as federal aid comes through (Brooklyn Eagle)

City Council Speaker Corey Johnson is calling for a 10-year plan for housing, transportation, and public space as well as more opportunities for the public to weigh in on land use (The Real Deal)

Amid multi-billion dollar budget shortfalls, 10 major labor unions in New York are pushing for tax increases on the state's highest earners (Spectrum News)

A judge has ruled the Trump Organization must turn over relevant tax-abatement documents to the New York attorney general (CNN)

An Hungarian artist, who posed as an eccentric uber-wealthy buyer, gained access to Manhattan’s most expensive apartments and photographed the views for a new book (New York Post)

A penthouse at 168 Plymouth St. in Dumbo sold for $6.8 million, making it the most expensive sale in the neighborhood in the last three years (press release)