Happy 100th Birthday to the NYC Zoning Resolution; Madonna Slammed by UWS Co-op

Posted On Mon, July 25, 2016 By

Posted On Mon, July 25, 2016 By In Daily Link Fix

  • 100 years ago today, the city enacted its first Zoning Resolution, which dictated building heights and setbacks, as well as usage. [NYT]
  • To compete with UberPool and Lyft Line, the taxi industry is launching ride-sharing for half its fleet through two apps. [DNAinfo]
  • This year has seen a 23 percent increase in the number of stop-work orders issues by the Department of Buildings. [Politico]
  • In April, Madonna sued her Upper West Side co-op board saying that their rules don’t apply to her. Now the building is asking a judge to toss the suit. [NYP]

Images: The Equitable Building, often credited with spurring the NYC Zoning Resolution (L); Madonna and her UWS co-op at 1 West 64th Street (R)



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