De Blasio’s affordable housing agenda sees a record year; A guide to Brooklyn distilleries

Posted On Mon, March 5, 2018 By

Posted On Mon, March 5, 2018 By In Daily Link Fix

Via Wiki Commons (L); Via New York Distilling Co./Facebook (R)

  • Excavation work has begun on Long Island City’s Court Square City View, Queens’ future tallest tower. [CityRealty]
  • Tribeca’s Farm.One is an indoor vertical farm that grows 100 ingredients for some of NYC’s top restaurants. [Cool Hunting]
  • Despite tax code changes under the Trump administration, Mayor de Blasio is plugging away at his affordable housing plan, spending a record $1.1 billion last year on the initiative. [NYT]
  • Brooklyn-made bourbon: A guide to local distilleries. [Brokelyn]
  • As part of their NextGen Neighborhoods Program to activate “underutilized” spaces on NYCHA land, the city has released an RFP for a 35-story tower at the Lower East Side’s LaGuardia Houses. [Bowery Boogie]




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