Ground Zero construction goes slowly … and more

January 14, 2008 10:20AM

  1.  1. Construction of the new World Trade
    Center is slow and costly [NYT]
  2. 2. As suburban sprawl grows, so does opposition to gun clubs [NYT]
  3. 3. As first reported by The
    Real Deal
    An Upper West Side Townhouse On Riverside Drive sold for $15.75 million after
    languishing on the market [NYT]
  4. 4. Developers eye parkland around Yankee Stadium [Post]
  5. 5. Main Streets are dying in New Jersey,
    but not in the town of Newton [NYT]
  6. 6. New co-op owners in Harlem
    complain about noise [Black Star News]
  7. 7. After the Landmark Preservation Commission declined to
    preserve it, the 1909 Sheffield dairy stable on Broadway will likely be
    demolished by Columbia
    University [NYT]
  8. 8. Work about to begin on transit village in Morristown, N.J. [Star-Ledger]
  9. 9. A developer faces a lawsuit while evicting the tenants of Nassau’s last trailer park [NYT]
  10. 10. Critics of Bloomberg’s congestion pricing plan say
    dedicating revenues to public transit won’t be guaranteed [Post]
  11. 11. Bushwick’s pioneering Goodbye Blue Monday cafe struggles [AMNY]
  12. 12. In Fairfield County,
    Connecticut, you can hang out at
    the Real Estate Lounge [NYT]
  13. 13. Harlem’s attraction to
    tourists grows [AP]
  14. 14. Manhattan
    office market looks forward to another solid year [CPN]
  15. 15. The Ridgewood Reservoir in Queens
    could get a $50 million restoration that would include a bike path [NYDN]
  16. 16. The nationwide fall in commercial property values
    accelerated in December [Property Week]
  17. 17. The Beacon in Jersey
    will have 1,200 housing units and 80,000 square
    feet of retail space [NYT]