Preservationists sue to keep O’Toole building, two apartments left at 335 Warren Street … and more

March 09, 2009 06:15PM

1. Preservationists suing city’s Landmarks Preservation Commission to block O’Toole building demolition [NYT] and [NYO]
2. Coney Island boardwalk land could be taken through eminent domain [Curbed]
3. Two Trees buys Williamsburg building, which might become a boutique hotel [Curbed]
4. Frank Gehry’s Beekman Tower gets bricks and curving metal [Curbed]
5. 599 Fourth Avenue condo units for sale [Brownstoner]
6. Two apartments left at Robert Scarano’s 335 Warren Street [Brownstoner]
7. 110 Amity Street up for sale again [Brownstoner]
8. Geneva Watch Group moves from Long Island City to Garment District [NYO]
9. 15 Hamptons properties up for auction [Post]
10. Another developer might take over site of Time Equities’ abandoned Sunset Park plan [Crain’s]
11. Community board expected to approve Coney Island plan, but with modifications [Crain’s]
12. Multi-family building sells for $12.5 million in Jersey City [GlobeSt]
13. Governor Jon Corzine supports pro-development bills [GlobeSt]
14. Understanding the liquidity of real estate [Urban Digs]
15. Will the real cost of the Atlantic Yards project be revealed? [AY Report]
16. How Moynihan Station could finally be built [NY Mag]
17. City, Port Authority reach deal on crane safety [AP via CBS]
18.
Cheap weld by repair workers in China factored into May crane collapse on East 91st Street [Post]
19. After being promised they could return to their public housing complex after it was rebuilt, some tenants are being rejected from moving back in [SI Advance]
20. City may ditch plan to convert landfill in Staten Island to a park [SI Advance]
21. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner selling his house in Larchmont, N.Y. for $1.6 million [AP via ABC]
22. Brick makes a comeback at 211 Elizabeth Street [Curbed]
23. Mannequins on display at Truffles Tribeca [Gothamist]
24. Renters left out of housing bailout [WSJ]
25. Older homeowners struggle to keep up with mortgages, taxes [Inman]
26. Recession could last up to 36 months [CNBC]
27. Houses most affordable in 40 years [NYT via The Day]


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