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Price cuts to affect UES townhouses … and more

July 20, 2010 05:00PM

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1. Price cuts to affect townhouses on Upper East Side [WSJ] 

2. Godiva leases space for new flagship location at 650 Fifth Avenue [NYO] 

3. Battle turns bitter over Upper West Side’s Wine and Roses bar [Post] 

4. Unopened Italian restaurant at Lincoln Square named “Lincoln” [NYT] 

5. Former secret service agent buys $3.4 million co-op at 239 CPW [NYO, 2nd item]

6. Residents complain of noise from Brooklyn Bride Park movie series [Post] 

7. Lacoste may give up Midtown lease at 551 Madison Avenue [WSJ]
8. 200 volunteers build a Newark playground in one day [Newark Mayor Cory Booker's Twitter]
9. Construction officials plead not guilty to manslaughter charges in Ground Zero fire [Post]
10. New Dumbo shop will sell unique manly objects, to open July 28 [Brooklyn Paper]
11. City steps up oversight of building inspectors [NYT]
12. West Side Tennis Club considers selling its historic Forest Hills stadium [WSJ]

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