Rock, Rock, Rockaway Beach … and more

TRD New York /
Jun.June 27, 2008 09:34 AM
  • 1. Rezoning Rockaway Beach in Queens could help solve many of the neighborhood’s challenges [NYDN]
  • 2. More on the City Council’s proposed “Spidey” climbing ban [NYT]
  • 3. A co-op will replace a shuttered Key Food in Bay Ridge [NYDN]
  • 4. Stephen Jemal’s South Brooklyn Riviera is taking shape [NYDN]
  • 5. Nicola Paone, a 50-year-old Italian restaurant in Murray Hill that was a favorite of mayors, will close [Crain’s]
  • 6. How many jobs could be cut on Wall Street? [NYT]
  • 7. Commercial real estate is no longer an old boys network, but has specialists in every sector [Reuters]
  • 8. Lennar, the second-largest U.S. home builder, reported a bigger-than-expected quarterly loss [Reuters via Forbes]
  • 9. Unions are lining up behind the city’s massive redevelopment of Willets Point [NYDN]
  • 10. Five winning REITs [Kiplinger via Washington Post]
  • 11. Institutional investors are re-evaluating their real estate holdings [PIOnline]
  • 12. The delicate balance of redeveloping the Seaport [NYT]
  • 13. Work has begun in on a controversial development at 20 Henry Street in Brooklyn Heights [Brooklyn Eagle]

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