Artist apartments coming to Jamaica, decorators take over Brooklyn Heights townhouse, more

By Lucy Cohen Blatter  | September 27, 2017 - 11:00AM

A Jamaica, Queens, parking lot will become a 300-unit mixed-income apartment building, with 10 percent of apartments set aside for artists (DNAinfo)

Bet you've never heard of Clinton Court, a secret courtyard in Hell's Kitchen (Ephemeral New York)

In the midst of a subway crisis, the MTA allocates $100 million to building Art Deco towers in front of the city's bridges and tunnels (Politico)

The Riders Alliance has put together a collection of stories called "The Woes on the Bus," in which straphangers express their frustration with city buses (NY1)

Avoid the daily mess: Add these nightly cleaning routines to your schedule (My First Apartment)

Citi Bike or taxi? A new interactive map tells you the best time of day to go for the bike (Gothamist)

Interior decoration fans may want to swing by 32 Livingston St. in Brooklyn Heights this weekend, when the townhouse will be transformed into the Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse (Brownstoner)

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