Congestion pricing inches closer in Manhattan, help rename Hudson Yards' Vessel, & more

By Nikki M. Mascali  | March 27, 2019 - 11:00AM

NYC inches closer to becoming the first U.S. city to pass congestion pricing, which would help fund repairs on the subway system (The New York Times)

East Harlem, the George Washington Hotel in Gramercy Park, St. Luke’s Hospital in Morningside Heights, and two co-op buildings in Sunset Park were nominated to the National Registry of Historic Places (Gothamist)

Hudson Yards wants your input on renaming its climbable Vessel structure (Hudson Yards)

Whole Foods opens a bodega-like shop at 250 Seventh Ave. in Chelsea (Eater New York)

Get a peek inside some of the architectural wonders of Park Slope and Prospect Lefferts Gardens this spring (Brownstoner)

A 10-years-in-the-making $10 million revamp of Luther Gulick Park on the Lower East Side gets underway (The Lo-Down)

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