Brownsville residents try to save church, Carnegie Hall woman evicted … and more

December 30, 2008 08:58AM

1. Ocean Hill-Brownsville residents trying to save church from demolition [NYT]
2. Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz wants the Brooklyn Economic Development Corp. to move to Borough Hall [Brooklyn Paper]
3. 200,000 more stores nationwide could close next year [NYDN]
4. Argentinian clothing store Etiqueta Negra opens on Lafayette Street [Racked]
5. Downtown Brooklyn building boom slows [Brooklyn Eagle]
6. After more than 50 years living at Carnegie Hall, 96-year-old woman is evicted [Post]
7. Hedge fund executive Michael Waldorf buys at the Riverhouse in Battery Park City [Cityfile]
8. Former Merrill Lynch exec buys Park Avenue “crash pad” [Post]

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