Shake Shack heading to Hudson Yards; City suspends 421-a tax breaks for 1,700 properties

Posted On Fri, March 9, 2018 By

Posted On Fri, March 9, 2018 By In Daily Link Fix

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  • Shake Shack is the latest in a long-list of foodie favorites to plan a Hudson Yards outpost. [TRD]
  • The city appointed its first nightlife mayor, 47-year-old Ariel Palitz. She’ll be tasked with promoting industry and dealing with relations between after-hours spots and neighbors. [NYT]
  • Google Maps now lets businesses promote themselves as women-led. [Reuters]
  • More and more NYC developers are putting public art in their new private buildings. [CityRealty]
  • Will Smith’s former Nolita rental is on the market for $12M. [Curbed]
  • Check out these vintage Vogue photos of over-the-top bathrooms. [Apartment Therapy]
  • Only five NYC statues depict females, so in honor of International Women’s Day yesterday, Old Navy’s “Flower Empower” initiative decked them out in floral capes. [Untapped Cities]
  • The city suspended the 421-a tax break for 1,700 properties, including all owners at 56 Leonard, who they say failed to file the appropriate paperwork. [TRD]




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