No activity at collapsed building at 71 Reade Street, update on economic conditions in Staten Island … and more

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Aug.August 17, 2009 04:52 PM

1. No activity at old loft building that collapsed at 71 Reade Street [Curbed]
2. Staten Island community board president talks about real estate and economic conditions in the borough [NYT]
3. Fordham professor and author to answer questions about immigrants and housing on City Room blog [NYT]
4. New York City announces plans to drain the swamp in the Mott Haven section of the Bronx [Bronx News Network]
5. Plans to build 222-acre golf course in the Bronx anger community members [Post]
6. Taking a look at last summer’s record breaking $48 million sale [NYO]
7. Blogger Noah Rosenblatt warns of more economic gloom [UrbanDigs]
8. Comptroller William Thompson neglects to list Massachusetts property on financial disclosure form [Post]
9. Greenpoint residents call for removal of fencing across public streets [Brooklyn Paper]
10. Crime at Brownsville’s Noble Drew Ali Plaza has been cut by half [NYDN]
11. Carroll Gardens residents angry over MTA’s plan to close station for 10 to 12 months [Brownstoner]


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