Rent increases at Stuy Town, Bloomberg won’t close senior centers … and more

December 19, 2008 06:40PM

1. Rent increases at Stuy Town [Lux Living]

2.
Residential buildings going up on 21st Street in Greenwood Heights, Brooklyn [Brownstoner]

3.
Mayor Bloomberg isn’t closing senior centers [Crain’s]

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. Construction on 39th Place in Sunnyside, Queens [Queens Crap]
5. City Council member says hotel tax is better than property tax [Politicker]
6. Five finalists left in Willets Point bid [Queens Crap]
7. Taconic Capital Advisors puts Midtown space up for sublease [REW]
8. Jane Street Hotel residents say owners are slumlords [Post]
9. Bushwick Brewery could become a landmark [Bushwick BK]
10. Robert Scarano-designed condo probably not opening in 2009 [Brownstoner]
11. Sohotel renovations almost done [Curbed]
12. Karl Fischer-designed building in Williamsburg slowly making progress [Curbed]
13. Congress ready to release $350 billion in aid [Bloomberg]
14. Unemployment up in 37 states in November [CNN Money]
15. Standard Hotel to open Sunday [Curbed]
16. Landmarks commission schedules hearing for Underground Railroad block [Chelsea Now]


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