New York enters Phase 3, rethinking new development, & more

New York enters Phase 3, rethinking new development, & more

By Jennifer White Karp  |
July 6, 2020 - 10:30AM

Developers are rethinking projects in Long Island City and Greenpoint, adding home offices and decontamination rooms, and rethinking shared amenities (The New York Times)

NYC enters Phase 3 today. Spas, nail salons, and dog runs are open. Here's what you need to know (Gothamist)

A group of tenants at a Bronx building with 158 open housing-code violations are on a collective rent strike. They say the pandemic exacerbated the neglect  (Curbed)

With New Yorkers returning to (outdoor-only) restaurant dining, you can expect more garbage—and more rats on the street (Gothamist)

Tired of feeling isolated, five singles who work together quarantined in a house in the country for a month (The New York Times)

Single-use surgical masks are available for free at all subway booths in case you forget your own (amNew York)



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