Evening Links: More Rent Regulation Downtown; Homeless Plan Under Attack


Another court ruling suggests rent stabilization may proliferate in some Lower Manhattan buildings. (Crain’s)

The Drawing Center isn’t going to the South Street Seaport, as it had once hoped. (Crain’s)

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The Ground Zero Mosque fight has spread to the M.T.A.: a fight over ads on the bus. (WPIX)

After some drama on its board, Roosevelt Island has a new leader. (NYT)

Should guests at open houses take off their shoes? Discuss. (NYT)

The city’s new plan to push the homeless to find homes is under fire. (NYT)

Dollar vans instead of buses? Yassky vs. TWU President John Samuelsen. (Second Ave Sagas)

The new Willis Bridge was completed today, and it wasn’t cheap. (Streetsblog)