Wet Long Island … and more 

TRD New York /
Jun.June 26, 2008 09:51 AM
  • 1. Long Island offers plenty of inland waterfront homes beyond its coastlines [Post]
  • 2. West Side residents won’t be celebrating Mayor Bloomberg’s victory in Albany that will bring a garbage transfer station to the Hudson River waterfront near Gansevoort Street [Post]
  • 3. A look at living in St. George, Staten Island [AMNY]
  • 4. Investing in real estate around the world is going to remain bumpy for a while [Reuters]
  • 5. Land prices around the country are getting cheaper [Reuters]
  • 6. Shutters have been making a comeback [Sun]
  • 7. Critics slam Coney Island redevelopment plan at hearing [Brooklyn Eagle]
  • 8. Brooklyn residents aren’t loving the new Ikea shuttle buses [StreetsBlog]
  • 9. The city wants to transform underused streets into public plazas [StreetsBlog]
  • 10. Lehman Brothers wants to dump office space in Manhattan [REW]
  • 11. The New York State legislature voted to cut taxes on video gaming machines, to spur along the $1 billion entertainment development at the upstate site of the Concord Hotel in Monticello [CPN]

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