Rose Plaza developers to submit changes to Brooklyn Beep within week, Q & A with Bob Knakal about risks to commercial and residential real estate … and more

TRD New York /
Dec.December 17, 2009 04:12 PM

1. Homeowner claims demolition to make way for apartment building will damage modest home in Gravesend, Brooklyn [Post]
2. Community Board 7 approves building of two-family home in Whitestone [Post]
3. Rose Plaza developers to submit changes to Brooklyn Beep within week [Brooklyn Eagle]
4. Nassau County executive in favor of Lighthouse Project [Newsday]
5. Touring a renovated 1095 Avenue of the Americas [GlobeSt]
6. Community Board 6 urges Park Slope Armory to open to all segments of community [Post]
7. Tour of home organizer Kitty Lonsdale’s tiny Tudor City apartment [Apartment Therapy]
8. Q & A with Bob Knakal about risks to commercial and residential real estate [Urban Digs]
9. Jonathan Miller explains Stuyvesant Town rent deregulation [Matrix]
10. Willets Point project grabs attention of 29 developers [Post]
11. New York father and son charged with stealing $4.5 million from mortgage lenders [Mortgage Fraud Blog]
12. Downtown Brooklyn residents complain about lack of grocery stores in area [Post]
13. Spotting potential new bars that will replace shuttered Beatrice Inn [Gawker]
14. Three designers’ ideas for transforming NYC urban space [NY Mag]
15. Brooklyn squatter who called city to complain about heat has been arrested [Post]
16. Donald Trump shows up late with a bodyguard to Nouriel Roubini’s holiday party [Business Insider]
17. Renovated Strand Theater at Brooklyn Academy of Music will be larger than expected [Brownstoner]
18. Toy Museum of New York opening public exhibition space in Brooklyn Heights [NYDN]
19. Flushing home destroyed in gas explosion still in disrepair [Post]


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