- Advertisement -spot_img
- Advertisement -spot_img

Morning Reads: City Council Redistricting, Selling Chinatown, Rustic LES Reviewed

Must Read

  • City Council redistricting map leaves District 1, encompassing the LES and most of Lower Manhattan, intact (NYT).
  • Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer drops out of the race for mayor and decides to run for City Comptroller instead.  One elected official who won’t be backing Stringer: LES/EV Council member Rosie Mendez. She’s already endorsed fellow Council member Dan Garodnick for the job (Daily News).
  • Brokers talk up Chinatown as a new residential hot spot, even though they’re a bit fuzzy about where it ends and the LES begins (WSJ).
  • The “Mary Spink Apartments” planned on an East 11th Street parcel (EV Grieve).
  • A Times’ reviewer and her companion bravely venture to the end of the earth (Ridge Street) and discover Rustic LES (NYT).

 

- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -spot_img
- Advertisement -spot_img

Latest News

Hope Springs Eternal in the East Village

Thanks to @spaghettisubway for this shot. Send us your neighborhood photos: tips@thelodownny.com or tag us on IG: @lodownny.

More Articles Like This