City Council wants half-priced MetroCards; Sales launch at Soo Chan’s flashy High Line condo

Posted On Mon, March 26, 2018 By

Posted On Mon, March 26, 2018 By In Daily Link Fix

Photo by Ged Carroll/flickr (L); Rendering of Five One Five courtesy of Neoscape

  • The City Council is urging Speaker Corey Johnson to fund the $200 million “Fair Fares” proposal that will provide half-priced MetroCards for low-income New Yorkers. [NYDN]
  • A report from Comptroller Scott Stringer shows that, although the number of subway riders between 5am and 7am increased by 14 percent and those between 7pm and 11pm by 13 percent from 2010 to 2016, the number of trains running during those hours decreased. [NYT]
  • Five One Five, the curved-glass High Line condo from architect Soo K. Chan, has launched sales for its 15 boutique condos. [6sqft inbox]
  • Here are all the new Smorgasburg vendors for 2018. [Eater]
  • Check out this list of NYC’s 30 most active architecture firms. SLCE Architects takes the top spot with 87 active projects. [Arch Daily]
  • Prospect-Lefferts Gardens’ Dreamland Roller Rink will open on April 20th with a David Bowie-themed night. [Brokelyn]

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