A Hard Rock hotel at the Aqueduct? … and more 

TRD New York /
Apr.April 28, 2008 06:41 PM
  • 1. SL Green’s proposes a gaming area with 4,500 video lottery terminals, a Hard Rock hotel and retail for the Aqueduct racetrack [Crain’s]
  • 2. Judge rules that the Parks Department can continue renovating Union Square, but leaves the question of a proposed restaurant unanswered [NY1]
  • 3. Neighbors team up to sell homes [NYMag]
  • 4. It’s a good time to rent office space in the city [AMNY]
  • 5. Winning the housing lottery isn’t always such a cause for celebration [Curbed]
  • 6. A unit at J Condo in Downtown Brooklyn gets its price cut from $699,000 to $590,000 [Curbed]
  • 7. Time Warner Center wins office building award [NYO]
  • 8. City launches a “Sustainable Streets” plan [StreetsBlog]
  • 9. The real-life OC  has been hammered by the real estate slump [Business Week]
  • 10. The Museum of the City of New York’s new addition is slated to open in June [Sun]
  • 11. Alexander Hamilton’s old house, Hamilton Grange at Convent Avenue and 141st Street, is getting restored and moved around the corner [Post]
  • 12. West Side brewery says Related’s construction next door is ruining its business [AMNY]

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