May 20, 2019 Weather: Sunny, with a high of 88 degrees.
Concerts, readings and many other local events are on our calendar.
NYCHA tenant Jennifer Calcano says she was sexually harassed by a worker who was supposed to be fixing her apartment. After she reported the harassment, he was transferred, but apparently not for long. “Now, they say he’s back working in the complex on West 90th Street with no explanation from the city. So a formal complaint was filed at NYCHA’s offices last week.” The agency says the complaint is under investigation.
More “suburban” amenities are coming to the UWS, one columnist writes in the Times. Case in point: the new Dahlia at 212 West 95th Street. “One of the Dahlia’s biggest selling points? It has its own parking garage. ‘You can pull in with your S.U.V., unload and take your things in a private manner,’ said Shlomi Reuveni, the president of the company that is handling sales for the building. ‘That’s very appealing.’ And very suburban.”
A three-bedroom home that just hit the market for nearly $25 million was designed by a “paleo power couple” to help you live your healthiest life. “Located near Lincoln Square on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, the roughly 4,300-square-foot property has a lighting system that changes color and dims in the evening, to sync with the body’s circadian rhythms and promote better sleep. It has a triple-osmosis water filtration system for ultraclean water and UV-light blocking windows. Materials like paint, finishes and sealants were chosen to avoid contaminants and chemical additives.”