Bouwerie Lane Theatre has been chopped up into three condos … and more

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Sep.September 17, 2009 05:02 PM

1. Bouwerie Lane Theatre has been chopped up into three condos [Curbed]
2. Board of Standards and Appeals postpones 580 Carroll Street hearing [Brownstoner]
3. City unveils Staten Island green development plan [Crain’s]
4. Plans for Upper West Side Metro-North station underway [West Side Independent]
5. Duane Reade comes to Williamsburg waterfront [Gothamist]
6. Housing authority to spend $1.3 million on a new car fleet for housing police [NYDN]

7. Westchester Medical Center receives one-year extension to find a buyer [NYDN]

8. Tom Fallon’s West Village bachelor pad receives a makeover [NYT]

9. Tony award winner Tommy Tune shows off his Union Square co-op [Post]

10. New outdoor art exhibition space to open up on corner of Canal and Sullivan streets [NYT]

11. Leaders of Rockaway Park synagogue in a trailer home search for new digs [NYT]
12. Tennis players call for drastic renovation of McCarren Park tennis courts [Brownstoner]

13. The New Yorker weighs in on Atlantic Yards arena [New Yorker]

14. Parking for residents ready at BellTel Lofts [Brownstoner]


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