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Electric grid under stress, a third of Gen Z lives with parents, & more

By Jennifer White Karp | July 22, 2022 - 10:30AM

The National Weather Service extends its heat advisory for New York City through Sunday night and the city’s electrical grid shows signs of strain (Gothamist)

Nearly a third of Gen Z live at home with their parents or other relatives, as per a recent study (The New York Times)

Demolition starts at the Jacob Dangler mansion at 441 Willoughby Ave. in Bed-Stuy (Brooklyn Paper)

Two new state laws will force NYCHA to create a searchable online database for work tickets and make housing code violations public (City Limits)

The $56 million Tribeca penthouse owned by Julia Haart, star of Netflix’s “My Unorthodox Life,” is available for rent at an eye popping $125,000 a month (New York Post)

Jackson Heights tenants fight to return to their apartments a year after being displaced by an eight-alarm fire (Queens Daily Eagle)

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