MTA looks to the sun for funding, Pacific Park's biggest residential building gets underway, & more

By Nikki M. Mascali  | April 24, 2019 - 11:00AM

Construction is underway at 18 Sixth Ave., the largest residential building in Pacific Park, Brooklyn, which will have 859 mixed-income units, including 258 designated as affordable housing (press release)

The MTA’s latest effort to raise much-needed funds is leasing more than 100 of its rooftops to companies that’ll install solar panels (Curbed)

Four of the city’s top 10 tallest buildings under construction or topped out are located in Hudson Yards (The Real Deal)

Starting in June, private through-traffic will be banned on 14th Street in Manhattan between Third and Ninth avenues because of the L train’s partial shutdown (amNY)

59 percent of New Yorkers would support a homeless shelter in their neighborhood, a new study shows (Crain’s via Women in Need)

The newest amenity in 111 Murray St. in Tribeca is the nation’s first residents-only Drybar salon (press release)


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