Hudson River Park Trust wants stimulus funds for Pier 40, partial building collapse in Harlem … and more

TRD New York /
Mar.March 06, 2009 06:32 PM

1. Hudson River Park Trust wants $57 million in stimulus funds for Pier 40 [Crain’s]
2. 1540 Broadway sells at deep discount [Crain’s]
3. Two Fortunoff stores closing in Connecticut [Stamford Advocate]
4. Partial building collapse in Harlem at 270 West 123rd Street [Curbed] and [CBS]
5. A peak inside Sting’s Central Park apartment [Curbed]
6. Sales on hold at 20 Henry Street [Curbed]
7. Actress America Ferrera rumored to be buying Lower East Side apartment [Curbed]
8. Four units left at the Aqua condo in Greenpoint [Brownstoner]
9. Homeowners flood loan agencies with calls about Obama’s housing rescue plan [NYDN]
10. Tighter Fannie Mae rules could hurt developers [Crain’s]
11. Tishman Speyer to pursue appeal to rent regulation ruling [NYO]

12. 17th guest at the Muse New York hotel gets a free night on Saint Patrick’s Day [Hotelchatter]
13. Cartoonist’s impression of Marianna Koval’s departure from the Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy [Brooklyn Paper]
14. A look at the Georgica [A Fine Blog]

15. Barbara Corcoran turns 60 today [Post]
16. Gowanus Lounge blog revived [NY Mag]
17. Vanity Fair’s Michael Wolff trying to evict mother from apartment [Post]
18. A tour of Staten Island’s new senior center [SI Advance]
19. Bayside hotel to be landmarked [Queens Crap]

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