- A stop-work order was issued for the Upper East Side tower where developers used a four-foot-wide lot as a loophole to build taller. [NYT]
- Mount Sinai Beth Israel, the 825-bed hospital that’s served downtown Manhattan for more than 125 years, confirms that it will sell off its building and move to a new, 70-bed facility. [NYT]
- Whole Foods may open in Hudson Yards. [Crain’s]
- For the seventh year in a row, Bella is the most popular dog name in the city. [NYP]
- The underground pathway that links the Fulton Center subway hub to the PATH trains opens today. [CBS]
- Watch the Simpsons poke fun at Ikea. [Fast Co. Design]
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