The tennis courts over Grand Central "will live on," according to the NY Post. An earlier report said that the tennis courts would be eliminated—what with Donald Trump's incredibly inexpensive 30 year-lease ($4/square foot or $95,000/year in rent) running out—in order to make way for a break room for Metro-North employees. Now the Post reports, "The space, which soars three stories, is so large that railroad officials say they can divide it up with enough space left over for a new tennis club that could fetch five times the rent Trump has paid." Huzzah! And the break room is required by federal law, because "railroads must provide rest areas for crews that work swing shifts longer than 12 hours." The Municipal Art Society has more details on the tennis courts—and weekly tours of Grand Central.
Grand Central Could Still Have Tennis Courts
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