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The Wrap: City planners mull transit scheme amid LIC building boom, American Vitagraph smokestack in Midwood may soon be demolished … and more

October 09, 2014 05:10PM

Vitagraph Studios in Midwood, Brooklyn was America's most prolific film production company in 1907.

The smokestack is all that remains of Midwood’s Vitagraph Studios, once America’s most prolific film company.

1. City planners mull transit scheme amid LIC building boom [TimesLedger]
2. American Vitagraph smokestack in Midwood may soon be demolished [Brooklyn brief]
3. Norway’s sovereign wealth fund to buy NOA’s London center for $944 million [Bloomberg News]
4. Mansion tax looms for Scotland buyers [Financial Times]
5. Alicia Glen gives Seward Park-adjacent Lowline nod of approval [Lo-Down]
6. A property buyer’s guide to Gotham [BWW]
7. Community advisory council fields Brooklyn Heights library concerns [Brooklyn brief]
8. City Planning releases guide to retrofit city homes in flood zones [Crain’s]

Julie Strickland

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