With congestion pricing, it could cost $11.52 to drive into central Manhttan (The New York Times) — The Times got a preview of Gov. Cuomo’s Manhattan congestion pricing proposal, which would make drivers of cars, trucks, and taxis pay a fee to drive south of 60th Street, with a few exceptions.

Condos in Central Park Tower aren’t on the market yet, but star agent Ryan Serhant has already sold one (Curbed) — He posted on Instagram that he’s sold one of the first units in the building — “but please don’t tell anyone.”

Finally, crosstown bike lanes are coming to Midtown Manhattan (6sqft) — The badly needed new lanes will run east on 26th Street and west on 29th Street, making two-wheeled trips through the city safer and more convenient.

A look at the economics of NYC food halls (New York Post) — Developers and foodies love them, but is the city approaching peak food hall? The answer may be in the numbers.

The Legal Aid Society is suing over the city’s East Harlem rezoning plan (Crain’s) — Residents argue the city failed to accurately assess the number of residents who’ll be displaced by new development.

The Top 10 Secrets of the NYC Subway (Untapped Cities) — You’ll never look at a certain Brooklyn Heights townhouse the same way again.

Does the NYC real estate market pressure couples into moving in together? (Brick Underground) — High rents seem to encourage people to try cohabitation earlier than they might otherwise, with mixed results.

A fascinating new exhibit on the history of the Brooklyn waterfront is opening this weekend in Dumbo (Brownstoner) — Four years of research went into the exhibit, which tells the tales of local oystermen and women who worked at the Brooklyn Navy Yard.

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