Atlantic Yards naming rights … and more 

May.May 21, 2008 05:26 PM
  • 1. Forest City Ratner wants to sell the naming rights to the signature tower at Atlantic Yards [NYO]
  • 2. More young adults are returning home to live with their parents [WSJ]
  • 3. Mayor Michael Bloomberg can bask in the glow of Related’s rescue of Hudson Yards [NYO]
  • 4. Downtown Brooklyn’s Fulton Street Mall could land an H&M store [Racked]
  • 5. The new condo going up at 110 Green Street in Greenpoint, which has Magic Johnson as an investor, will be called Viridian [Curbed]
  • 6. The author of “Secret New York: Exploring the City’s Hidden Neighborhoods” answers questions about the city’s secret places [NYT]
  • 7. An anonymous donor saves St. Brigid’s Roman Catholic Church in the East Village, from demolition [NYT]
  • 8. Countrywide’s CEO accidentally hits reply instead of forward when responding to what he called a “disgusting” email from a struggling homeowner [WSJ]
  • 9. Brooklyn is at the center of the co-op revolution [Gotham Gazette]
  • 10. A three-building, 801-unit project with 29,000-square-feet of commercial space is coming to Williamsburg’s waterfront [Brownstoner]

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