World Trade Center is in progress, Brooklyn politicians push zoning changes … and more

TRD New York /
Mar.March 16, 2009 08:28 PM

1. New World Trade Center is in progress [NYT] and [NYO]
2. Nets will move to Brooklyn, team’s CEO insists [Washington Post]
3. Donovan could apply NYC affordable housing model nationwide [Washington Post]
4. School of Visual Arts offers dorm rooms for rent to the public [NYT]
5. Brooklyn Heights tenants hope Joralemon Street parking garage plan can be stopped [Brooklyn Paper]
6. Large houses in Forest Hills cause controversy [NYDN]
7. Brokers wondering who will want to build at Willets Point [Queens Crap]
8. Photographing Williamsburg and Greenpoint [NYT]
9. LGBT youth push for center at Hudson pier [NYT]
10. A profile of two plaintiffs in the Stuy Town case [NYT]
11. Fulton Street to get makeover [Post]
12. Venturi-designed Lieb House gets moved [NYT]
13. Brooklyn politicians push developer zoning changes for Coney Island [NYDN]
14. Six Flags debt talks stalled [Reuters] and [AP]
15. CNN speaks to woman suing Donald Trump [CNN]
16. Will Ruth Chris Steak House survive? [GlobeSt]
17. What could have averted the housing crisis? [Seeking Alpha]
18. FBI establishes mortgage fraud hotline [Mortgage Fraud Blog]
19. Donald Trump sued over Mexico project [AP]
20. Water Mill home featured on magazine cover [Newsday]
21. Reclaiming land key to Manhattan’s future, editorial says [NYT]
22. Museum updates city panorama to include Citi Field [NY1]


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