Prison for man who stole Manhattan buildings, landlord accused of poisoning tenants with mold tries to cash in, more

By Nathan Tempey  | September 8, 2017 - 11:05AM

A Park Avenue co-op manager explains why he did away with a system of giving out extra keys on the honors system (Habitat)

Amtrak is planning to overhaul Penn Station's bathrooms, source of much passion for Tucker Carlson (New York Times)

A City Council candidate and state pol is accused of using space in a Bronx public housing complex as his campaign office (New York Post)

The remaining approaches to the old Kosciuszko Bridge will be blown up on September 24th (Brooklyn Paper)

A photographic tour of the old Arthur Kill Correctional Facility on Staten Island, including archival footage from when it was in use. It's set to be converted to a sound stage for movies (Staten Island Advance)

Trump won't commit to funding a Hudson River rail tunnel replacement, but some lawmakers who met with the president about it are encouraged (Politico)

A man has been sentenced to four-to-12 years for stealing five buildings in Manhattan with forged deed transfers (Real Estate Weekly)

A landlord accused of intentionally letting mold grow to harass tenants at a Tribeca loft building is applying for a condo conversion at the address (The Real Deal)

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