WTC may see more delays, people questioning Coney Island amphitheater … and more

TRD New York /
Jan.January 16, 2009 06:18 PM

1. World Trade Center redevelopment may see more delays [Curbed]

2.
Will Cobble Hill gas station reopen or be redeveloped? [Brownstoner]

3.
Where to find real estate deals in the city [NYDN]

4.
Several retailers leaving Grand Central Terminal [Crain’s]

5.
Restaurants Fiamma in Soho and Ruby Foo’s on the Upper West Side close [Post]

6.
SCS Realty Investment Group bought New Jersey-based Gloria Nilson GMAC Real Estate [Inman]

7.
Layout of a Madison Avenue Clock Tower penthouse, if the building is ever converted [Curbed]

8.
People questioning cost and location of amphitheater plan in Coney Island [GL]

9.
A slide show of the debate about the closure of Staten Island’s Engine Co. 161 [SI Advance]

10.
Projected schedule announced for Pier 1 development [BH Blog]
11. Activists call for residents to send letters to City Planning Commission about Carroll Gardens building heights [Lost City]
12. Foreclosures hit South Asian community in Kew Gardens hard [Your Nabe]
13. Smyth Tribeca won’t open until February [Hotel Chatter]

14.
A look at last night’s REBNY gala [NYO] and [NYT]
15. Son of Blackstone founder Pete Peterson buys townhouse [Cityfile]
16. Former Elliman agent launches for-sale-by-owner Web site [Post]
17. Citi splits into Citi Holdings and Citicorp [GlobeSt]
18. Retail may pick up by the end of the year [GlobeSt]


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