Eytan Sugarman still looking for nightclub venue, planned hotel site now a parking lot … and more

TRD New York /
Apr.April 03, 2009 08:18 AM

1. Club and restaurant owner Eytan Sugarman still hasn’t found a site for his new nightclub [Villager, 2nd item]
2. A hammer fell 18 stories from the Goldman Sachs building construction site on Wednesday, smashing a taxi window [Downtown Express]
3. Pink Slip expanding space in Grand Central [NYT]
4. Brazzini food market in Tribeca may close [Downtown Express]
5. Instead of becoming a hotel, 213 Pearl Street is now a parking lot [Downtown Express]
6. New Yorkers share opinions of new stadiums [NYT]
7. This week was the one-year anniversary of the Tenants Protection Act [Villager]
8. 10,000-square-foot film studio opens in Hunts Point [NYDN]
9. Bernard Madoff’s Palm Beach home loses $2 million in value [AP via Crain’s]
10. Brooklyn Bridge historian denounces Two Trees Dock Street project [Brooklyn Paper]
11. After selling Dumbo properties, Jehovah’s Witnesses buy 248 acres upstate [Brooklyn Paper]
12. Does meeting a loan servicer help? [CNN Money]
13. Layoff insurance latest incentive for homebuyers [AP via MSNBC]
14. Owners of investment property can still offset taxes [GlobeSt]
15. Feds seize Madoff’s third boat [NYDN]


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