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FiDi’s 2 Gold Street deemed unsafe, living among celebrities and trying not to gawk … and more

November 02, 2012 05:00PM

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Storm damage on Midland Beach, Staten Island (credit: Gothamist)

1. At 2 Gold Street, TF Cornerstone lets residents out of their leases, after the building is deemed unsafe [Curbed]
2. Storm prep kept Staten Island’s Rail residents out of harm’s way [Crain’s]
3. Faring worse in that borough was Staten Island’s Midland Beach. Here’s a slideshow of the devastation [Gothamist]
4. A tour of yet another damaged shoreline — this one on the East End [Curbed]
5. Living among bold-faced names — and trying not to gawk [NYT]
6. What today’s job numbers say about the housing recovery [CNBC]
7. Imperiled Phoenix home, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, finds an anonymous all-cash buyer [NYT]
8. Actress Katie Holmes and her daughter, Suri, fled their apartment at the Chelsea Mercantile, after the storm caused the building to lose power and water [NYP]
9. Relocation plans complicated by the storm [NYO]
10. Insurers remain exposed to risky RMBS bonds [Housing Wire]
11. Bad timing: Essex Street landlord serves eviction notice during the blackout [EV Grieve]
12. FEMA opens disaster recovery center in Coney Island [Park Slope Patch]
13. Post-storm assistance arrives for residents of Masaryk Towers on the Lower East Side [Lo-Down]
14. And, finally, some ways you can help hurricane victims in need [NYO]

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