NYC to expand solar footprint, affordable housing lottery opens in Fort Greene, & more

By Donna M. Airoldi  | October 24, 2018 - 11:00AM

NYC is aiming to expand its solar power footprint, growing from 154 megawatts today to 1,000 targeted by 2030 (Bloomberg)

An affordable lottery opened for 73 apartments in Fort Greene, with studios starting at $913 a month (Brownstoner)

The MTA will increase service on seven subway lines during the L train shutdown, for an addition of 1,000 round trips weekly (Curbed)

Despite East Midtown activists’ opposition, city agencies signed off on a new pedestrian/bicycle bridge linking Sutton Place with the city’s new Waterfront Greenway (New York Post)

Five years after its first proposal, the movement to have a Clinton Hill street named in honor of The Notorious B.I.G., aka Christopher Wallace, who grew up in the neighborhood, moved a step forward (Bklyner)

The modular condo building at 193 Henry St. on the LES is ready for occupancy—if you have $2.1 million for a floor-through, two-bedroom apartment (Bowery Boogie)


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