New Javits Center only has a little bit more space, Rem Koolhaas discusses architecture business … and more

May.May 01, 2009 06:38 PM

1. New Javits Center will only have a little bit more exhibition space [Curbed]
2. Stop work order at 214 25th Street in Greenwood Heights [Brownstoner]
3. Contamination found at 384 Bridge Street [Brownstoner]
4. Federal Reserve may offer investors five-year loans to buy commercial mortgage-backed securities [Bloomberg]
5. Department of Transportation to create nine new public plazas [Streets Blog]
6. Washington Square Park fountain is on, although access to the park is denied [Curbed]
7. Some residents oppose late-night Beer And Wine License For New Pizza Place in Tribeca [Downtown Express]
8. Two non-profit arts groups selected for 125th Street space [Harlem Condo Life]
9. Riverhead’s population growth has practically stopped [Riverhead News-Review]
10. A look at the proposed Jackson Heights historic district [Queens Crap]
11. Rem Koolhaas discusses the future of the architecture business [Mediabistro]
12. History of the former Taylor’s Saloon spot at 365 Broadway [Inside the Apple]
13. Freddie Mac pays 2008 bonuses, including money promised to acting CFO dead in apparent suicide [NYT]
14. Apartment Investment slashes dividend [WSJ]

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