NYC’s ‘failing’ affordable housing plan, the latest on Madonna’s co-op board battle, & more

By Nikki M. Mascali  | November 30, 2018 - 11:00AM

Comptroller Scott Stringer says NYC’s affordable housing program is “failing” 75 percent of extremely low-income New Yorkers (Curbed)

A judge rebuffed Madonna’s ongoing demands amid her nearly three-year battle with the board of her of her $7.3 million Central Park West co-op (Page Six)

Lyft will invest $100 million to more than double Citi Bike’s footprint by 35 miles and triple the number of available bikes to 40,000 over the next five years (press release)

Thriving six years post-Hurricane Sandy, Lower Manhattan isn’t ready for another big storm, landlords and business leaders say (Commercial Observer)

Offering museum-quality immersive installations, Snark Park will be Snarkitecture design studio’s first permanent exhibition space in Hudson Yards (6sqft)

420 Kent Avenue, which will add 857 new apartments, 172 of them affordable, to the Williamsburg waterfront, is nearly completed (New York Yimby)

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