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L train fumes sicken riders, fighting for the Brooklyn Promenade, & more

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Preservation groups threaten to sue the city if it doesn’t come up with an alternative to rerouting traffic over the Brooklyn Heights Promenade during reconstruction of the BQE (Curbed)

Noxious fumes that caused some L train riders to faint and vomit earlier in the week were still lingering yesterday (Gothamist)

Much of the public space at Hudson Yards will open to the public (The Villager)

The Department of City Planning unveiled access to a new searchable digital version of the city’s zoning code (press release)

An East Village luxury condo ad aims for rock star cred—and gets the facts wrong (Gothamist)

JCPenney is quitting the appliance business and dropping furniture from its stores (Business Insider)