Admiral’s Row to be demolished, foundation complete for Clinton Park … and more

TRD New York /
Mar.March 31, 2009 06:47 PM

1. All but one building in the historic Admiral’s Row to be demolished [Crain’s]
2. Locals save Vox Pop coffee shop in Brooklyn [Brownstoner]
3. City Planning Commission chair says a decision on the Dock Street proposal is the most difficult to date [Brownstoner]
4. Last minute funding from state means Governors Island expected to open this summer [NY1 via Curbed]
5. Foundation complete for Clinton Park [Curbed]
6. On conference call, Forest City execs say they will move forward
with Atlantic Yards after the litigation is resolved [AY Report]
7. Real estate market continues to confuse people [True Gotham]
8. Statistics makes pollster Nate Silver move to New York from Chicago [Gawker]
9. New York Magazine leaves out most of Atlantic Yards project site in article [No Land Grab]
10. McCarren pool parties head to new site near the East River [Trip Wire] and [NYT]
11. A look at the Brooklyn Paper’s new offices at Metrotech [Brooklyn Paper]
12. The Monkey Bar expected to open April 16 [NYT]
13. Plans for the new 120th police precinct on Staten Island scrapped [SI Advance]
14. Manhattan’s first Costco coming to East River Plaza [NYO]

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