Landmarks Gets Started on 25-Year Backlog; A Manhattan Studio Asking Less Than $1,000/Month

Posted On Mon, October 12, 2015 By

Posted On Mon, October 12, 2015 By In Landmarks Preservation Commission, Real Estate Wire

  • After withdrawing its plan to de-calendar 95 historic sites that had been on backlog for 25 years, the Landmarks Preservation Commission has begun public hearings for these places. [WSJ]
  • A new report shows that NYCHA residents see little benefit from gentrification in their neighborhoods. [NYDN]
  • The 1920s Green Point Savings Bank in Prospect Heights will be demolished to make way for a 14-story tower. [DNAinfo]
  • A Manhattan studio asking less than $1,000 a month does exist on West 113th Street, but you’ll get what you pay for. [Curbed]
  • Jersey City’s Mayor is introducing legislation that would legalize Airbnb. [NYT]

Images: Pepsi sign, one of the sites on the LPC backlog (L); $975/month studio via Curbed



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