Elevator accidents on the rise, signs in Greenpoint's McGolrick Park no longer in Polish, & more

By Nikki M. Mascali  | January 3, 2019 - 11:00AM

Is your elevator as safe as it should be? Elevator-related accidents in NYC rose to their highest number in nine years in 2018 (The Real Deal)

Multilingual signs in McGolrick Park no longer include Polish, one of the Greenpoint’s most commonly spoken languages (Bklyner)

More than a century after opening, Lord & Taylor’s Fifth Avenue flagship shuttered this week (Crain’s)

New renderings have been unveiled for the 67-story Skyline Tower, which will be the tallest tower in Queens (6sqft) 

A hacker is threatening to sell insurance and legal documents related to 9/11 from firms that may include NYC developer Silverstein Properties (Financial Times)

A dog brought the J, M and Z trains to a standstill on the Williamsburg Bridge Wednesday night (Gothamist)

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