Condos might not be built at Brooklyn Bridge Park, Paramount Hotel might become a landmark … and more

TRD New York /
Mar.March 23, 2009 06:07 PM

1. Remaining condos might not be built at Brooklyn Bridge Park [NYDN] and [Brooklyn Paper]
2. AIG building on Water Street stripped of name [Gothamist via Curbed]
3. Two units reportedly in contract at 580 Sterling Place [Curbed]
4. 307 Atlantic Avenue rises two stories, six to go [Brownstoner]
5. Queens leaders want the Islanders hockey team to move to Willets Point [NYDN]
6. One unit left at 515 Fifth Avenue [Brownstoner]
7. Washington Heights residents win a year of free rent [NYDN]
8. Architecture Billings Index rose in February [Arch Paper]
9. Price cuts at 80 Metropolitan Avenue [Brownstoner]
10. New renderings of 202 Myrtle Avenue released [Brownstoner]
11. Former One Avenue B sales office becomes spa [EV Grieve]

12. Christine Quinn tackling the tenant “blacklist” problem [Crain’s]
13. Bushwick warehouse sells for $14 million [Brownstoner]
340 Court Street needs a retail tenant [PMFA]
15. Ryan’s Irish Pub On Second Avenue Near 9th Street reopened on St. Patrick’s Day [EV Grieve]
16. Annie Leibovitz has put her three Village townhouses up as collateral [Post]
17. Paramount Hotel might become a landmark [NYO]
18. U.S. Rep. Bill Pascrell asks government to block Barclays from leasing naming rights for the Atlantic Yards arena [NYO]
19. Will vertical farms ever come to the city? [Infrastructurist]
20. Municipal art society runs exhibit on Broadway architecture [NYT]
21. Start-up companies take short leases at Wurk offices [Post]

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