NYC a 'biking world,' Brooklyn's greenest block, more

By Georgia Kral  | July 31, 2017 - 11:59AM

Biking has become a viable way to commute in New York City, with more than 450,000 daily trips made (The New York Times)

The city wants to rezone the Garment District, and is offering companies incentives to move to Sunset Park (WNYC)

The Department of Buildings has backed off a "kooky crackdown" on terraces on commercial buildings (New York Post)

Got $53M? You can buy three Upper East Side townhouses and combine them for the ultimate in luxury living (DNA Info)

Should lenders be held responsible when landlords they fund harass tenants? (The Real Deal)

Every year the Brooklyn Botanic Garden announces the Greenest Block in Brooklyn. Can you guess the block? (The New York Times)

Mr. Big (ok, Chris Noth) bought a co-op on East 66th Street (Luxury Listings)

Crown Heights armory redevelopment would set a new precedent for armory conversion (amNewYork)

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