1.1 million NYers vote early, wind farm urged for Sunset Park, & more

By Jennifer White Karp  |
November 2, 2020 - 10:30AM


As of Saturday, about 3.3 million New York State residents voted in person or by absentee ballot in the the presidential election (The New York Times)

Strong winds spun a crane on top of a Billionaire's Row development at 111 West 57th St., sending debris crashing down (New York Daily News)

Environmental organizations are pushing for the waters off Sunset Park’s industrial area to become an offshore wind energy hub (Brooklyn Eagle)

After a commercial tenant leaves, a co-op owner asks why they need to pay an assessment (The New York Times)

The pandemic doesn’t appear to have slowed residential development in Jersey City (Jersey Digs)

20-story apartment tower that stretches half a block topped out at 22 Chapel St. in Downtown Brooklyn (Brooklyn Paper)


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