Good morning and happy Thursday. Don’t let those sunny skies fool you, as the temperatures will feel like the 30s because of cold west winds. Watch out for frost overnight — and wrap up!

The Department of Transportation revealed a sweeping redesign of 10th Avenue to Community Board 4 (CB4) last night — creating a protected bike lane from W14th Street to W52nd Street that’s also intended to cut danger with concrete islands at the busiest crossings of a road where three people been killed in the last six years. Read more…

10th Avenue Bikes

And if after reading, you are wondering why CB4 is asking for more safety measures in DOT’s plan, take a look at this tweet by @jehiah which shows how all the years of work on 9th Avenue is turning out…

Jehiah Tweet 9th Avenue Bike Lane

Meanwhile, working cyclists on our streets will be getting a better deal. New York is proposing to pay app-based food delivery workers at least $23.82 an hour plus tips by 2025. Read more…

Food Delivery Hell's Kitchen

What we’ve been reading

New condos for sale “located in the thriving Penn District at the crossroads of Midtown, Hudson Yards, and Chelsea.” Penn District? That’s a new one on us! (Real Estate Weekly)

Julius’ bar is inching nearer to Landmark status. (NBC)

A legal challenge has begun on decisions made last year to move the homeless from hotels to shelters. (Gothamist)

Target reveals that it bought too much stuff — and will be hitting a lot of products with the old markdown gun! (Forbes)

Are you an OpenTable, Resy or Tock sort of diner? (New York Times)

Freeze Frame

Thanksgiving Toast Puck Udo Keppler

Not got plans yet for Thanksgiving dinner? There are plenty of options to feast in Hell’s Kitchen this year. Check them out in this handy guide compiled by Lifestyle Editor Sarah Beling of the offerings of local bars and restaurants. Share with friends…

Happy birthday to Randolph Hernandez — and belated birthday wishes to George Hahn.