NYC is a finalist for Amazon's second headquarters, record-breaking Bushwick rent, more

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New York City is one of 20 finalists Amazon is considering for its second headquarters. Newark is another (New York Times) 

Manhattan's real estate investment market is at its weakest point since 2010 (Commercial Observer) 

Tenants of the West Village Houses allege that they were misled about their apartments' affordability by Governor Cuomo back when he worked for the landlord to deregulate the complex (Real Estate Weekly) 

The proposed rezoning of Jerome Avenue in the Bronx was approved by the City Planning Commission, and will now go to the City Council for a vote (City Limits)

A Bushwick apartment in the former St. Mark's Church just rented for $5,700 a month, breaking records for the neighborhood (Bushwick Daily)

Subway, bus, and car traffic costs the city $864,000 a day, the Independent Budgeting Office says (Curbed)