Pier A project will not turn a profit, landlords at 650 Madison look for capital to pay debt … and more

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Jul.July 24, 2009 05:34 PM

1. Pier A project will not turn a profit, according to city officials [Downtown Express]
2. A look at the women who are working construction at the WTC site [Downtown Express]
3. Ex-Bear Stearns execs sell their co-ops to environmentalists [NYO]
4. Atlantic Yards project is back in public review process [NYO]
5. As buyers flee, builders are rallying [Bloomberg]
6. Landlords at 650 Madison look for capital to pay $500 million in debt [NYO]
7. Arguments from both sides about Alice Tully’s new digs [WNYC]
8. Tours of the new Brooklyn Bridge Park held every Tuesday evening [Curbed]
9. Indicted Hoboken mayor to return to work following money laundering charges; developer served as key witness in case [Crain’s]
10. Young homebuyers find success in the Bronx [NYDN]
11. Bronx trolley takes visitors to City Island from Pelham Bay Park station [NYDN]
12. Silver Beach neighborhood in the Bronx is a hidden gem [NYDN]
13. Abundance of new, contemporary architecture in the Bronx [NYDN]
14. Trump resort struggling in downturn [NYT]


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