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Death reported at Clinton Hill project … and more

January 30, 2008 06:28PM

1. A worker reportedly dies in fall from scaffolding at 13-story project at 525 Clinton Avenue in Clinton Hill [Brownstoner]

2. A look at Barack Obama’s 1980s digs, 339 East 94th Street [NYT]

3. Sleep-out to be held for former tenants of Greenpoint’s 202 Franklin Street, which burned nearly four years ago [NYS]

4. Pinnacle Group is selling 384 apartments in 22 apartment buildings on West 109th Street [NYO]

5. 99 Church Street, where Larry Silverstein plans a Four Seasons
hotel-condo, was also hailed as a sign revitalization back when the
present postwar building was built [NYT]

6. MTA’s Fulton Street transit hub could be scaled down [Post]
and [Metro]

7. Downtown’s glitzy makeover leaves out mom-and-pop businesses [AMNY]

8. Brooklyn Bridge Park to break ground at last [Sun]

9. As a former MTA chairman slams the plans of both Penn Station and Hudson Yards, a call for similar public critic for Atlantic Yards [AYR]

2 Responses to “Death reported at Clinton Hill project … and more”

  1. February 29, 2012 at 10:02 am, Mystery buyer to complete ill-fated Clinton Hill condo? « « TEAM3P TEAM3P said:

    [...] which became a symbol of residential market woes during the downturn, made headlines in 2008, when construction worker Jose Palacios died and another worker injured after a scaffold secured by a hanger wire at the site collapsed in high [...]

  2. February 29, 2012 at 12:36 pm, Clinton Hill Condo | 525 Clinton Avenue | Karnusa Equities said:

    [...] which became a symbol of residential market woes during the downturn, made headlines in 2008, when construction worker Jose Palacios died and another worker injured after a scaffold secured by a hanger wire at the site collapsed in high [...]

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