Giving all NYers a security deposit alternative, Tribeca luxury sales beat Hudson Yards, & more

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Mayor de Blasio wants to give NYC renters the choice of paying a security deposit or signing up for renter security insurance (The Real Deal)

Hudson Yards may be the most expensive neighborhood in NYC, but Tribeca has more ultra-luxury transactions, according to a PropertyShark report (press release)

Neighborhoods are pushing back against rezonings, posing a challenge to the mayor’s affordable housing goals (Curbed)

Food Bazaar opened a massive, 83,000-square-foot supermarket at Bronx Terminal Market in Concourse (welcome2thebronx)

How to donate furniture in New York City instead of sending items to a landfill (StreetEasy)

Would you wear a pin when riding the subway that indicates you’re open to a friendly chat with other like-minded transit riders? (Gothamist)