New condos selling at a slower pace, transit alternatives for L train riders, & more

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Condos in new buildings are selling at a slower pace, so developers are more willing to offer discounts (Curbed via The Wall Street Journal)

It's a little too late but City Council member Stephen Levin says the 70-year-old triple cantilever portion of the BQE should have been fixed before Brooklyn Bridge Park was built (Brooklyn Paper)

Politicians push new transit options, including scooters, ahead of the L train shut down, but are they viable? (Bklyner)

What do New Yorkers think about universal rent control? (City Limits)

Eligible tenants who live in buildings owned by notorious landlord Steve Croman have until November 4th to submit a claim for restitution (Curbed)

New choices if you’re looking to switch up your bathroom faucet (The New York Times)