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TRD's Kathryn Brenzel
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Council members Margaret Chin and Carlina Rivera (Getty, iStock)
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City Council tweaks Soho rezoning, assuring its passage
Jed Walentas and renderings of the proposed project (River Ring, Getty)
New York
Council strikes deal on Two Trees’ River Ring in Williamsburg

Check your phone weeknights at 10pm for the dirt on topics like the scramble ahead of the last City Council meeting of 2021 (and the de Blasio administration).

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At the time of this writing, Brenzel is tuned into the meeting, during which — after what we in the newsroom call a “top edit” — the Council approved the contentious rezoning of Soho and addressed other key real estate issues like the J-51 tax break and a ban on gas hookups in new buildings.

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When it comes to the bread and butter of the real estate beat, the Daily Dirt delivers. The “Closing Time” section has the down-and-dirty data on the priciest deals of the week. “New to the Market” has the scoop on the debutantes of luxury properties. “Breaking Ground” highlights each day’s largest new building filing in a preview of what will join the skyline next.

Get the lowdown on other happenings about town in the “Elsewhere in New York” section, where Brenzel and Lovinger dish on local affairs, like a bill before City Council requiring sugar content warnings on menus and prepackaged foods, or the most recent moves by Mayor-elect Eric Adams as he prepares to jump from Borough Hall to City Hall.

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