Real Estate Wire: Citi Bike Will Expand; 150-Year-Old Synagogue Receives Landmark Status

Posted On Tue, October 28, 2014 By

Posted On Tue, October 28, 2014 By In Real Estate Wire

  • After half a century of petitioning, the Tifereth Israel Town & Village Synagogue at 334 East 14th Street was made a landmark today by the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission. [GVSHP]
  • Citi Bike has been saved—and will double in size by 2017 to 12,000 bicycles and 700 docks. Those looking to ride should also expect a price hike. [Citi Bike Blog]
  • One Vanderbilt has had a growth spurt. The tower, planned for a site neighboring Grand Central, has been bumped from 1,450 feet to 1,514 feet in height. [Curbed]
  • Watch 432 Park Avenue rise in a time-lapse video. [TRD]
  • The city is exploring new ways to revitalize Brownsville. [WSJ]

A Citi Bike (left); Tifereth Israel Town & Village Synagogue (right)

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