20-20 Vision Zero: Mayor Adams Wants to Create a Harlem River Greenway "Mayor Adams wants to build a seven-mile greenway along the Harlem River in the Bronx, turning the borough’s wasteland western waterfront into a safe route for Boogie Down bicyclists and pedestrians from Van Cortlandt Park to Randalls Island." (Streetsblog NYC)

Central Park's Wollman Rink will become NYC pickleball mecca this summer "CityPickle, the first indoor pickleball club in the city, announced Thursday that they'll take over Wollman Rink from April 7 to Oct. 9. They're billing it as the largest pickleball installation in the Northeast, with 14 courts that can accommodate four to eight people apiece, from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. every day." (Gothamist)

NYC’s iconic Flatiron Building has sold for $190M "New York City’s iconic Flatiron Building has sold for $190 million During a live public auction in Lower Manhattan on Wednesday, Jacob Garlick of Abraham Trust placed the winning bid over one of the historic landmark’s previous owners, Jeffrey Gural of GFP Real Estate..." (6sqft)

Do bedrooms need windows? Mayor Adams floats controversial office-to-apartment conversions. "Adams’ windowless musings faced criticism from everyday New Yorkers as well as elected officials concerned about lightless, airless, claustrophobic quarters that resemble battleship barracks or stacks of 'Matrix'-style containment pods." (Gothamist)