Snowplow finds body of teen shot, left for dead

Today features a recent spate of crime across the city including the murder of an EMS driver in the Bronx, a teen found by a snowplow and an attack at a Brooklyn Papa John’s.

Mayhem

EMT killed, partner injured after man hits them with stolen ambulance The man then hopped into the vehicle and drove straight into a male medic, the sources said. The suspect then put the ambulance in reverse and crushed a female medic. (New York Post)

The City Is Planning To Install A Two-Way Bike Path Between The Brooklyn Bridge And Park Row

Man allegedly planted bomb at Port Authority Bus Terminal An “improvised explosive device” was found in an abandoned suitcase inside a busy Port Authority Bus Terminal eatery — and was later detonated by police, prosecutors said. (New York Post)

Snowplow finds body of teen shot, left for dead A teenager was shot and left for dead Wednesday in the middle of a Brooklyn street — where his body blocked a passing snowplow that became caught in the middle of the crime scene. (New York Post)

4 injured on fire on 61st Street; another blaze on 89th Four people, including two children, were injured in a fire at 249 West 61st Street early Thursday morning. (West Side Rag)

Pair Beats Papa John’s Worker They Said Served Cold Pizza A man and woman punched a fast-food worker and slammed a chair over his head after saying he served them cold pizza at a Papa John’s eatery, police and staff said. (DNAinfo)

Pair Beats Papa John’s Worker They Said Served Cold Pizza

Today’s News

The City Is Planning To Install A Two-Way Bike Path Between The Brooklyn Bridge And Park Row A proposed lower Manhattan street redesign that would include a partially protected two-way bike path along the end of Centre Street and beginning of Park Row. (Gothamist)

Real Estate & Development

Seven-Story, 100,000-Square-Foot Commercial Redevelopment Moves Forward at 520 West 20th Street Plans, which date to 2015, would expand the structure by three stories and convert much of the building to office space. (NY YIMBY)

Seven-Story, 100,000-Square-Foot Commercial Redevelopment Moves Forward at 520 West 20th Street

Victoria’s Secret angel selling her heavenly penthouse The charming one-bedroom, one-bathroom prewar loft at 184 Franklin St. in Tribeca comes with a fireplace and a modest $800 monthly maintenance fee. (New York Post)

Construction Nearly Complete on 12-Story, 75-Unit Mixed-Use Building at 69 East 125th St. There will be 5,643 square feet of ground-floor retail, followed by 75 residential units across the rest of the building. (NY YIMBY)

Locals Fight to Save 99 Cent Store in ‘Land of the $14 Hamburger’

Supertall Office Tower 30 Hudson Yards Continues Ascent as ‘Vessel’ Pieces Arrive It’s currently over 30 stories above ground. Eventually, the LEED Gold building will have an outdoor observation deck billed as the highest in the city. (NY YIMBY)

Food & Drink

Let The Penichillin Cure You At New Bed-Stuy Cocktail Bar Diamond Reef The Penichillin—a heady mix of frozen scotch, lemon, honey and ginger—has been by far their most popular attraction, even with winter still tightly gripping the city. (Gothamist)

In Gowanus, one last vestige of Brooklyn’s industrial waterfront

Yo! Sushi opens first NYC location in Flatiron serving food on a conveyor belt What makes this 44-seat sushi haven unique is a 100-foot conveyer belt that runs across the dining room. (The Daily News)

Business

‘Little Myanmar’ Brings Burmese Delicacies to Jackson Heights A tiny market selling goods from Myanmar opened on 74th Street, marking one of the only places in the city focused on items used in Burmese cooking. (DNAinfo)

Locals Fight to Save 99 Cent Store in ‘Land of the $14 Hamburger’ In what’s increasingly the land of craft beer bars, pour-over coffee shops and $14 hamburgers, some neighborhood residents are fighting to hold onto an average discount household supply store they depend on every day. (DNAinfo)

Local Color & History

The Young Mariners of Throgs Neck Tucked away under the Throgs Neck Bridge in the Bronx is the often overlooked State University of New York Maritime College, which has become known for its strong engineering and marine transportation programs. (New York Times)

In Gowanus, one last vestige of Brooklyn’s industrial waterfront The S.W. Bowne warehouse is a uniquely feral 1800s artifact that may soon disappear. (Curbed)


(Feature photo, Joe Hunt; Other photos: Google Street View)

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