A Carroll Gardens comeback … and more

April 18, 2008 05:26PM

  • 1. Pro-development forces strike back in Carroll Gardens [Gowanus Lounge]
  • 2. President Bush nominates Steve Preston, head of the Small Business Administration, to lead the Department of Housing and Urban Development [Reuters]
  • 3. Broadway Real Estate Partners, the New York-based owners Boston’s $1.4 billion John Hancock Tower, are seeking a $350 million investment to refinance debt on the property [Boston Globe]
  • 4. TransGas’ “undead” power plant proposal in Williamsburg is “the Dracula of Brooklyn Proposals” [Curbed]
  • 5. A look back at the birth of Moynihan Station [NYO]
  • 6. The annual ritual of newly-minted college grads moving to Murray Hill is about to begin [NYO]
  • 7. A break-down of Hudson Companies’ plans for public place, now called Gowanus Green [Brownstoner]
  • 8. Regina Myer, the new president of the Brooklyn Bridge Park Development Corporation, remains optimistic about the project [Brooklyn Paper]
  • 9. Merrill Lynch’s 4,000 layoffs, announced yesterday, have stirred concerns over office vacancies [GlobeSt.]
  • 10. The region’s retail market remains healthy [GlobeSt.]

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