More and more people are 'extreme' commuting, Asbury Park experiencing boom, more

By Georgia Kral  | July 24, 2017 - 9:59AM

More and more people are enduring extreme commutes into New York City everyday, oftentimes involving a combination of ferries, buses, cars and subways (The New York Times)

Only two of the 10 biggest real estate projects with permits filed in June are in Manhattan (The Real Deal)

Asbury Park's profile continues to rise as real estate developers move in on the increasingly trendy enclave (New York Post)

The city has picked developers to build 400 units of affordable housing in the Bronx, Brooklyn and Manhattan (New York Daily News)

Construction will begin on two controversial residential towers at Pier 6 in Brooklyn Bridge Park after a judge declined to issue a temporary restraining order asked for by a local neighborhood group (Brooklyn Daily Eagle)

Manhattan politicians are threatening to sue the City Planning Commission if a three-tower development in the Two Bridges neighborhood of the Lower East Side isn't halted (DNA Info)


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