Plans revealed for new Brooklyn Philharmonic, Madison Avenue retailers in trouble … and more

TRD New York /
Jan.January 11, 2009 11:49 PM

1. Plans revealed for the new Brooklyn Philharmonic [NYT]
2. Yankees president says everyone wins with new stadium deal [NYDN]
3. New York City developers look to invest in Rochester [Democrat and Chronicle]
4. Madison Avenue luxury retailers see sales decline during recession [Crain’s]
5. City’s residents vent on neighborhood blogs [NYT]
6. Living in Woodhaven, Queens [NYT]
7. Loan limits may rise in a few weeks [NYT]
8. Images of old New York on Henry Hudson Parkway above 165th Street [NYT]
9. Artist studios open in Sunset Park [NY Mag]
10. Web developer searches city for cheap rent [NYT]
11. Comedian leaves Greenwich Village for Boerum Hill [NYT]
12. Bernard Madoff apologizes to fellow co-op owners at 133 East 64th Street [NYT]
13. Adult communities could lower age requirements to sell more homes [NYT]
14. Studio Tractor Architecture creates more modern office for law firm [NYT]
15. New Jersey developers buy in their own projects [NYT]
16. State housing officials rescue projects [Crain’s]
17. Renovation draws architect to building [Crain’s]

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