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MetroTech BID fighting takeover attempt, Red Apple vows to bring supermarket to stalled Fort Greene site … and more

April 21, 2011 08:32AM

1. MetroTech BID fighting takeover attempt by Downtown Brooklyn Partnership [NYDN]
2. Heidi Klum’s short-term rental offer for 55 Thompson penthouses turned down [Post, 1st item]
3. Protest fells charter school expansion plans at P.S. 67 in Fort Greene [NYDN]
4. Catsimatidis’ Red Apple vows to bring supermarket to stalled Fort Greene site [Brooklyn Paper]
5. Partyboy Alexander Soros, son of George, rejected from $20K-a-month Kips Bay loft once filmed for “Gossip Girl” [Post, 2nd item]
6. New city grant program for developers who tackle contaminated sites kicks off in Williamsburg [NYDN]
7. Arthur the Aardvark creator Marc Brown sells 19 Jay Street townhouse for around $10M [Post, 3rd item]
8. Bloomberg opts not to try any of Scream Zone’s new thrill rides on opening day [NYT]

9. Ryan Gosling sends friend to check out 54 Spring Street penthouse rental [Post, 4th item]
10. Dick Fuld’s daughter finally sells UES co-op at a loss after two years [NYO]
11. Victoria’s Secret model Hannah Davis checks out 36 Peck Slip duplex [Post, 5th item]

12. Bloomberg brushes off REBNY’s calls for tax breaks for residential landlords [Post]

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