Shutdown-related rent leniency, MTA delays fare hike vote, & more

By Nikki M. Mascali  | January 25, 2019 - 11:00AM

Public and private landlords in NYC and beyond are offering rent leniency for tenants affected by the government shutdown (Commercial Observer)

The MTA postpones a vote on the structure of the fare hike that was to go into effect in March (NBC New York)

A judge tosses a Douglas Elliman broker’s lawsuit against Taylor Swift that alleges the singer owes a $1.08 million commission on a Tribeca townhouse (The Real Deal)

The city aims to curb costly and often long-delayed municipal projects (Crain’s)

More than an acre of green roofs will be built in Greenpoint (Greenpointers)



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