Manhattan Judge Tosses ‘Green Amendment’ Lawsuit Against Two Bridges Mega-Development "The lawsuit against the Two Bridges complex claimed that the development and construction process would violate residents’ new constitutional right to clean air and water because it would eliminate some parking spaces, and add density and traffic, especially in a low-income community of color that already suffers from high rates of asthma." (Streetsblog NYC)

The Economy Is Recovering. New York City’s Office Market Is Not. "Remote work, a possible recession and higher interest rates spell big trouble for office buildings and tax revenue. One bright spot emerges." (The City)

230K birds die annually by smashing into NYC windows. A new bill aims to save them. "The proposal would require many privately owned commercial buildings to reduce lighting at night." (Gothamist)

Linden Street block becomes Bushwick’s first landmarked historic district "The landmarked area includes a 'remarkably intact group of 32 brick and brownstone row houses built between 1885 and 1901,' as the agency put it, on the block between Broadway and Bushwick Avenue." (Brooklyn Paper)