Stuy-Town legal battle, Manhattan gets a public beach, & more

By Nikki M. Mascali  | February 1, 2019 - 11:00AM

Manhattan’s largest residential complex, Stuyvesant Town-Peter Cooper Village, is in the middle of a legal fight between two rival hedge funds (Business Insider)

Maria Torres-Springer, the housing commissioner who helmed Mayor de Blasio’s affordable housing plan, steps down (The Real Deal)

The historic Essex Street Market on the Lower East Side has an open call for muralists to decorate its soon-to-open new home (The Lo-Down)

Manhattan’s first public beach is coming to the Gansevoort Peninsula on the Hudson River in 2022 (New York Post)

The Urban Archive app wants your personal photos showing NYC buildings or streets taken before 2005 for its permanent collection (Brownstoner)

Animal prints are all the rage in home decor—and the official pattern of 2019 (Apartment Therapy)

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