Cooper Square Hotel opens this week, Finger building will rise above zoning … and more

December 08, 2008 06:26PM

1. Cooper Square Hotel opens this week [Curbed]
2. Finger building may rise to 16 stories [Curbed]
3. NY Building Congress says city needs to maximize its share of the stimulus package [GlobeSt]
4. Will Moynihan Station ever be built? [Daily Beast]

5.
Hedge funds hurting during downturn [GlobeSt]
6. A look at the Soho Mews sales office [Curbed]
7. Greenpoint sub-neighborhoods named [Curbed]
8. Water damage at the Vue [Brownstoner]
9. Bronx Borough President Adolfo Carrion nominated for
President-elect Barack Obama’s secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development [NYO]

10.
R&L Restaurant, the former Florent, set to reopen this week [Eater]
11. Rising number of homeowners in trouble [WSJ]
12. Homebuilders unlikely to return to glory days [Seeking Alpha]


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