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Curfew to slow the surge, 'stoop court' is in session, & more

A new waterfront park at the Waterline Square development on the Upper West Side is open to the public.

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Private gatherings will be limited and a 10 p.m. curfew is being set for bars, restaurants, and gyms across New York as a way of curbing rising numbers of coronavirus cases (The New York Times)

Tenant union organizers are conducting “stoop court” sessions in a new effort to support tenants while Housing Court is running virtually (The City)

A new public park—Waterline Square—opened on the Upper West Side. It connects three waterfront developments at the southern tip of Riverside Park (press release)

The affordable housing lottery opens for Roosevelt Parc, a six-story, mixed-use development at 37-46 72nd St. in Jackson Heights, Queens (New York Yimby)

The 75-foot tall Rockerfeller Christmas tree is on its way to the city (@30RockTree)

As the MTA increases station accessibility, three new elevators are open at subway stops in Brooklyn (abc7)