New Jersey has a new tallest tower; Queens Night Market returns this weekend

Posted On Wed, September 26, 2018 By

Posted On Wed, September 26, 2018 By In Daily Link Fix

Rendering of 99 Hudson Street via China Overseas America, Inc. (L); Photo via Queens International Night Market on Facebook

  • Public observation decks at New York City skyscrapers are having a moment. [WSJ]
  • Roughly 33,000 new apartments will be delivered in Manhattan by 2021. [Crain’s]
  • MTA hires two dozen station managers to keep platforms clean and enhance straphanger customer service. [MTA]
  • The Queens International Night Market returns for its fall season this Saturday. [TimeOut]
  • A new pop-art museum in the Greenwich Village highlights the “ineffectiveness of broken windows policing” with performances and installations. [CityLab]
  • More than 320,000 high school students in NYC will receive S’well reusable bottles with the goal of displacing more than 54 million single-use plastic bottles. [Mayor Bill de Blasio’s office]
  • 99 Hudson Street surpasses 30 Hudson Street as the tallest tower in New Jersey. [YIMBY]



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