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City loses $2.2M on Tavern on the Green site, co-op owner sues for bird smell … and more

December 06, 2011 05:20PM

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1. Audit says city lost $2.2M due to mismanagement of sites such as former Tavern on the Green [NYT]

2. Chelsea co-op owner sues landlord for awful bird smell
[Post]

3. NYC Department of Finance now has New Jersey address
[NYT]

4. Brooklyn Bridge Park reveals committee to review hotel/residential bids
[Brooklyn Paper]

5. Lehman Brothers Holdings cleared to exit bankruptcy
[Reuters]

6. 255 East Houston seeks commercial zoning overlay
[Bowery Boogie]

7. Commercial condo at 57 East 38th Street is leased
[Crain's]

8. Best cities in which to be a landlord in the U.S.
[CNN]

9. Sunset Park, Brooklyn recycling center by architect Annabelle Selldorf will not open on time
[Curbed]

10. Fort Greene Association asks LPC to extend the boundaries of their landmarked district
[Brownstoner]

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