NYCHA gets an interim head, MTA overstates number of accessible Manhattan stations, & more

By Nikki M. Mascali  | February 6, 2019 - 11:00AM

Mayor Bill de Blasio names the city’s sanitation commissioner the interim head of NYCHA (New York Post)

Some of the more than 160,000 Keller Williams real estate agents across the U.S. might actually be "ghost agents" (The Real Deal via Inman)

The number of accessible subway stations in Manhattan has been overstated by the MTA, a new study from Borough President Gale Brewer finds (press release) 

The environmental review process for the Brooklyn-Queens Connector, or BQX, may soon get underway (Curbed via The Wall Street Journal)

George Clinton and Parliament-Funkadelic is the first show announced for Central Park’s newly revamped Summerstage (Brooklyn Vegan)

President Donald Trump’s former childhood home in Jamaica Estates, Queens, is back on the market for $2.9 million (The Real Deal)


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