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City wants control of state-run MTA, a landlord’s etiquette demands, & more

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

City Council Speaker Corey Johnson makes a case for NYC to take control of the state-run MTA (press release)

A Ditmas Park landlord threatens to fine—and evict—tenants who don’t comply with his 10 “resident etiquette” demands (Gothamist)

Get your first peek inside super-luxury tower 220 Central Park South via the listing for a $59,000-a-month rental on the 40th floor (New York Post)

New Lab will reveal results of a study on Brooklyn traffic conditions, including the impact of construction sites, pedestrian density, and insights on mobility and resiliency (press release)

This non-chain East Village drugstore mixes music with its medicines (The Villager)

Are high-tech faucets the next big thing in kitchen renovations? (Apartment Therapy)

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