Netflix nabs Amazon-like tax credits for NYC expansion, maximize a small outdoor space, & more

By Nikki M. Mascali  | April 22, 2019 - 11:00AM

Netflix will get up to $4 million in tax credits for its forthcoming NYC expansion, which includes new Flatiron District corporate offices and soundstages in Bushwick, but there's a job-creation catch (Gov. Cuomo)

Colleagues worry Andy Byford, head of the city’s beleaguered subway system, may quit over reported tensions with Gov. Cuomo (The New York Times) 

The city mulls demolishing two NYCHA buildings at Chelsea’s Fulton Houses and replacing them with one new large tower (Politico)

Excavation is underway for a 14-story tower with full-floor condos at 199 Chrystie Street on the LES (New York Yimby)

When it comes to décor, this zero-waste activist is going green in Fort Greene, Brooklyn (Apartment Therapy)

Here are 12 ways to maximize a small outdoor space (Business Insider)


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