Brokers brace for slower sales, NYC to get 'social-distancing ambassadors,' & more

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Mayor Bill de Blasio says the city is getting 2,300 “social-distancing ambassadors” to remind New Yorkers to stay apart and wear masks (New York Post)

The NYC real estate market is bracing for steeper price cuts and slower sales (The New York Times)

The pandemic could disrupt a trend in recent years toward dense residential development near transit hubs (The Real Deal)

What it's like to live in the Port Imperial neighborhood of Weehawken, New Jersey (The New York Times)

A Queens landlord, Zara Realty, distributed 7,300 face masks to tenants in its buildings (press release)

Don’t expect a quick economic recovery after businesses reopen (amNewYork)