Concessions become actual rent deals, the case for billing commercial landlords for the subway, more

By Nathan Tempey  | November 21, 2017 - 11:00AM

The state has lost $11.3 million in uncollected tolls since 2012, according to a new audit (Daily News)

NYU professors plotted out what it would look like to charge commercial landlords fees in core Manhattan to support the decaying subway system (Crain's)

Concessions are no longer working for some big landlords looking to fill apartments—they're having to resort to actually dropping rents (The Real Deal)

The eight candidates for City Council speaker all support extending term limits for Council members (New York Post)

Brooklyn Heights boosters want a new bridge from the end of Montague Street to Brooklyn Bridge Park (Brooklyn Paper)

The Ridgewood Reservoir is going to be formally designated a wetland by the state (QNS)

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