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‘Poor door’ lawsuit dismissed, illegal roof pool condemned, & more

By Jennifer White Karp | August 11, 2022 - 10:30AM

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A federal judge dismisses a lawsuit accusing Related Companies of discriminating against minority housing lottery winners at 15 Hudson Yards in Manhattan (The Real Deal)

The Department of Buildings says a 480-square-foot pool on a Williamsburg roof was not built to code and must come down (NBC)

The winning block for Brooklyn Botanic Garden’s Greenest Block in Brooklyn 2022 contest is Lincoln Place between New York and Nostrand avenues (Brooklyn Eagle)

Opinion: Developing abandoned lots and vacant buildings could ease NYC’s affordable housing crisis (City Limits)

Drivers will pay from $9 to $23 to drive in Manhattan below 60th Street during peak hours under new MTA’s congestion pricing plan (Daily News)

A letter to the editor: Bronx neighborhood organizations oppose the Throggs Neck upzoning plan (BronxTimes)

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