Navy Yard Wegman’s readying for fall 2019 debut; City’s new $100M plan provides health care for all

Posted On Tue, January 8, 2019 By

Posted On Tue, January 8, 2019 By In Daily Link Fix

Rendering via S9 Architecture for Wegman’s (L); Via the Mayor’s Office (R)

  • The city’s first “package-free” grocery store has opened in Bushwick. [Grub Street]
  • In more grocery store news, the Brooklyn Navy Yard’s forthcoming Wegman’s is hiring for its fall 2019 opening. [Bklyner]
  • An Andy Warhol-themed bar called The Factory 380 has opened in Murray Hill. [WSJ]
  • Mayor de Blasio announced a new $100 million program that will guarantee health care to all New Yorkers, serving the 600,000 who are currently uninsured regardless of income or immigration status. [Office of the Mayor]
  • This month, check out these 32 indoor and outdoor art installations. [Untapped Cities]



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