Millennials flock to Washington Heights; Shark exhibit opens this weekend at Coney Island Aquarium

Posted On Tue, June 26, 2018 By

Posted On Tue, June 26, 2018 By In Daily Link Fix

Coogan’s Restaurant in Washington Heights, via CityRealty (L); Via Wiki Commons (R)

  • Is Washington Heights the new Williamsburg? The upper-Manhattan ‘hood has 50,103 millennial residents, the most in the city. [NYP]
  • See photos of Staten Island’s abandoned boat graveyard in the ’80s and 2000s. [Curbed]
  • Mayor de Blasio announced a $400 million initiative to renovate 2,400 NYCHA apartments across 21 public housing developments in Brooklyn and Manhattan. [Office of the Mayor]
  • Greenpoint’s Polish community may be fading, but its only Polish-language weekly newspaper is thriving. [Columbia Journalism Review]
  • A Camden, NJ assemblyman has proposed a food trail in the state to honor the late Anthony Bourdain. [Grub Street]
  • The long-awaited “Ocean Wonders: Sharks” exhibit at the New York Aquarium opens this Saturday, with more than 115 species of sea creature. [Bklyner]



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