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The Wrap: Bedbugs plague Central Synagogue, former Lehman Brothers CEO lists Idaho estate … and more

June 01, 2015 10:00AM


Central Synagogue at 652 Lexington Avenue

1. Central Synagogue is forced to close due to bedbugs [The Forward]
2. Hotels try to attract young crowd with swanky lobbies [NYDN]
3. Former Lehman Brothers CEO Dick Fuld hopes to sell Idaho estate [NYP]
4. Activists oppose Extell’s plan for a “poor door” building on the LES [NYDN]
5. Sense of community in Bayside, Queens appeals to its residents [WSJ]
6. Chipotle to open interior design center [NYO]
7. Staten Island contractor fined $121,000 for construction worker’s death [NYDN]
8. Three Walker Tower pads list for combined $60 million [WSJ]

— Claire Moses