Preservationists worried about the New Market Building, closed Catholic schools could turn public … and more

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Feb.February 09, 2009 06:36 PM

1. Preservationists worried about the New Market Building in the South Street Seaport, which is up for sale [NYT]

2.
REBNY talking to city and state leaders about bringing back 421-a [NYDN]
3. Similar residential units have different prices at 322 West 57th Street because one has a renter with a lease until 2010 [NY Mag]
4. Closed Catholic schools may be converted into public schools [Gothamist]
5. Construction of what is planned to be Brooklyn’s tallest building at 111 Lawrence Street is underway [GL]
6. 135-unit building designed by Robert Scarano coming to 13th Street and Fourth Avenue in Brooklyn [GL]
7. Lawmakers concerned about Aqueduct Race Track delays [NY1]
8. Former Olsten Corp. head puts Lloyd Harbor home on the market for $14.5 million [Newsday]
9. The price of Barbara Corcoran’s children [NY Mag]

10. Marty Markowitz wants federal funds for the Atlantic Yards project [AY Report]

11. All about Colonnade Row, the buildings just south of Astor Place [Curbed]

12. Crain’s looks at Kent Swig’s recent troubles [Crain’s]

13.
A look at the School of Visual Arts’ new LES dorm [Curbed]
14. Stimulus funds could mean $1 billion for infrastructure [NYO]
15. City Planning approves East Windsor Terrace rezoning [Brooklyn Eagle]
16. Five contracts signed at One Sunset Park [Brooklyn Eagle]
17. RCG Longview looks to invest in commercial real estate [NYT]
18. World’s priciest housing markets [Forbes]


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