MTA says city should pay more for subways, the neighborhoods with the most new rentals, more

By Georgia Kral  | July 21, 2017 - 10:59AM

Both Gov. Andrew Cuomo and MTA Chairman Joe Lhota are calling on the city to pay more for subways (New York Post)

27,000 new rental units are coming on the market before the end of the year—can you guess which two neighborhoods will contain the majority? (DNAinfo) 

East New York was poised to become the next NYC neighborhood to experience transformation, but so far it isn't happening (The Real Deal)

More than 30 new developments are planned for the Lower East Side. View them on a map (Curbed)

While relief for rail riders who travel under the Hudson River is desperately desired, a portion of the Hudson Yards development (tubes that could link Penn Station with a new tunnel) sit unused (New York Times)

Could a tunnel project, which would allow travel between NYC and D.C. in 29 minutes, be on the horizon? (The Verge)

The elected official who introduced a bill to crack down on developers making up neighborhood names like "SoHa" took a campaign contribution from the firm he railed against (NY Daily News)

The Red Hook Container Terminal will remain a shipping facility—for now (Crain's New York Business)


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