It's a Summer Friday, folks. Curbed out.
HARLEM?It's been a long slog for Central Harlem's Beacon Towers, but the money-throwing building can see the light at the end of the tunnel. Reps tell us there are only six apartments left, including a 1BR for $275,000 and 2BRs starting at $343,000. The building's current incentive offer is three months of free maintenance, perhaps not as stimulating as the building's original stimulus package. [CurbedWire Inbox]
EAST RIVER?A few days into the life of the long-awaited East River Ferry, things are?crowded and delayed. NY Waterway issued an advisory to travelers using the ferry during the free period (which extends until June 24): "The large number of travelers we are carrying has resulted in many boats reaching their Coast Guard mandated capacity and the loading and unloading of large crowds has at times caused delays in scheduled departures." An explanation we're sure makes East River Ferry users feel much better. Not. [NY Waterway]