Silverstein, Port Authority WTC deadline pushed to Monday, Webster Hall in debt … and more

TRD New York /
Jun.June 12, 2009 08:10 AM

1. Larry Silverstein and the Port Authority will continue talks about the World Trade Center redevelopment until Monday [NYO]
2. History of garages in the city [NYT]
3. Developers come up with new marketing plans to sell homes [NYDN]
4. If Pier 40 increases lease to 40 years, would Related Companies re-emerge as a bidder? [Villager]
5. Tenants protest city Housing Authority’s new ban of certain dogs [Villager]
6. St. Mark’s Church Greenmarket expands [Villager]
7. Webster Hall is reportedly more than a half million dollars in debt [Villager]
8. Lower Manhattan Development Corp. plans to expand small business grant program [Downtown Express]
9. Two residential towers underway in Jersey City’s Journal Square [NYDN] and [NYDN]
10. Brooklyn Paper editorial says borough needs the Atlantic Yards arena [Brooklyn Paper]
11. N.J. sees drop in foreclosures [NJ]
12. Crosby Street Hotel expected to open in September [Hotelchatter]
13. Architect Peter Cook attends unveiling of a new East Hampton home design [Newsday]
14. Residents angry about Museum of Modern Art expansion [AM NY]
15. Long Island had 134 foreclosures in May [Newsday]
16. Forest City Ratner reportedly wants to pay the MTA $20 million for a portion of the Vanderbilt Yard, instead of $100 million for the whole yard [AY Report]


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