$1B office complex revamp of Chelsea’s historic Terminal Warehouse tops out "The historic building, once home to the iconic 1980s and ’90s nightclub Tunnel, is slated to become 1.3 million square feet of wellness-focused office and retail space, with an investment of over $1 billion. The project’s developers, L&L Holding Company and Columbia Property Trust, along with architectural firm COOKFOX and New Line Structures, have made every effort to maintain the building’s character as New York City’s first major industrial facility with direct access to the Hudson River, streets, and rail lines" (6sqft)

Airbnb sues NYC over new rules requiring hosts to register their homes as short-term rentals "The registration requirement, known as Local Law 18, stems from legislation passed by the City Council last year and applies to anyone planning to rent out their property in the city for less than 30 days. The city finalized the new rules earlier this year. They went into effect in March and enforcement is scheduled to begin in July." (Gothamist)

Budget Gap Grows Between Mayor Adams and City Council "The forecast for an additional $1.8 billion in revenue has spawned tensions over how much further Adams’ $107 billion financial plan can stretch." (The City)

Long requested upgrades coming to Bay Ridge subway station "The renovation will include two elevators — one from the street to the mezzanine and another from the mezzanine to the platform — accessible staircases with railings, platforms with detectable warning panels and sidewalk ramps at the station entrance." (Brooklyn Paper)

Hundreds of sleep-deprived LIRR employees worked 24 hour shifts, risked fatigue-related tragedies: watchdog "Over an eighteen-month study between January 2021 and June 2022, the IG’s office found that 267 workers in the LIRR’s Track division — which builds and maintains the railroad’s tracks, rolling stock, and other physical infrastructure — worked shifts longer than 24 hours on 4,375 separate occasions. 7% of all employee hours worked in the Engineering department, which includes the Track division, were toiled under “severe fatigue,” according to a mathematical model used by the IG." (amNY)