Cushman CEO will move to co-chairman post, Soho nightclub faces $1 billion race suit … and more

New York /
Oct.October 16, 2009 08:00 AM

1. Cushman & Wakefield CEO will move to co-chairman post [Crain’s]

2. Mayoral candidates weigh in on Pier 40, sanitation garage projects [Downtown Express] 

3. Urbanites flock to a thriving Morristown, N.J. [NYDN]

4. Soho nightclub faces $1 billion race suit [Post]

5. Fitness non-profit will operate new Battery Park City community center [Downtown Express]

6. Citigroup posts accelerated commercial real estate losses [WSJ]

7. Newton Creek gets 30-day public comment extension [Brooklyn Paper]

8. Model Giselle Bundchen to sell West Village penthouse; her townhouse is still on the market [WSJ, 1st item]

9. Vacant lot on Greenwich Street is secured, for now [Downtown Express]

10. Bice, a 22-year-old city restaurant, may close in wake of union struggle [Crain’s]

11. Mayor’s power at WTC site is limited, he says [Downtown Express]

12. New book chronicles city landmarks [Villager]

13. If elected mayor, city Comptroller William Thompson would open Park Row [Downtown Express]

14. Bank of America chief Ken Lewis forced to forego salary [WSJ]


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