New zoning measures aim to reduce flood risks, how to get to Sesame Street on the UWS, & more

By Nikki M. Mascali  | May 3, 2019 - 11:00AM

Sunny day every day: The intersection of West 63rd Street and Broadway is permanently renamed “Sesame Street” in celebration of the show’s 50th anniversary (NBC New York)

The Department of City Planning announces new zoning measures to help reduce flood risks in vulnerable neighborhoods (press release)

The owner of an arts center facing demolition for Phase II of Hudson Yards will donate the building—on one condition (The City)

New Jersey Transit is diverting 10 rush-hour trains from Penn Station to Hoboken for three months (Bloomberg)

Sales launch for 111 Montgomery, a new 12-story, 163-unit condo building near Prospect Park in Crown Heights (press release)

How to turn your windowless bath into a plant-filled tropical haven (Apartment Therapy)


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