Kosciuszko Bridge demolition has begun, subway rescue plan calls for fewer seats, more

By Georgia Kral | July 26, 2017 - 2:00PM 

The first phase of the Kosciuszko Bridge demolition has begun--and no, it's not being blown up (Brooklyn Daily Eagle)

Just a week after StreetEasy began charging for rental listings, rival Zumper has launched a new rental brokerage business (The Real Deal)

Brooklyn's Prospect-Lefferts Gardens neighborhood is the second hardest place to build in the country (Wall Street Journal)

The MTA's $800M rescue plan for city subways includes some novel proposals, including fewer seats and more cars for the C line (The New York Times)

Uber's they ain't! Check out pics of the NYC taxi cabs of yore (New York Daily News)

This is what Penn Station Central Control, where Amtrak manually directs train traffic, looks like (Gothamist)

Looking for a deal? Check out this comparison of 1BR rentals in Brooklyn and Manhattan by neighborhood (Curbed)


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