Berkeley Carroll School in Park Slope receives community approval to build … and more

January 05, 2010 05:03PM

1. Berkeley Carroll School in Park Slope receives community board committee approval for new building and rooftop play area [Brooklyn Paper]
2. Andaz Wall Street hotel will open Jan. 25, earlier than the original Feb. 15 opening date [Hotel Chatter]
3. Boating insurer Water Quality Insurance Syndicate rents 12,400 square feet at 60 Broad Street [Crain’s]
4. There will be little news about Hamptons real estate until the fourth-quarter reports are released [Hamptons Real Estate Blog]
5. Top NYC commercial construction and development stories of 2009 [Black Swan Blog]
6. Blogger Noah Rosenblatt explains why quarterly market reports are inaccurate [Urban Digs]
7. Crown Heights residents protest lack of heat and hot water after pipe burst last week [WPIX]
8. Shuttered hookah bar Le Souk may have reopened for private parties [EV Grieve]
9. Billionaire Robert Ziff closes on $10 million sale of condo at Trump International [@bigdeal_nyc Twitter]
10. Former Jets quarterback Vinny Testaverde sells Oyster Bay Cove home for $3.1 million [Newsday]
11. Rep. Jerry Parker Jr. purchases Gisele Bundchen’s Barrow Street townhouse for $12.95 million [Post]
12. The Hamilton Grange receives $2.4 million for the interior restoration of the home [Harlem Bespoke]
13. Lawsuit looming for buildings in Albee Square in Downtown Brooklyn [Brooklyn Eagle]
14. Ditmas Park coffee shop Vox Pop reopened after former owner sells his shares in the shop [Brooklyn Paper]
15. The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation opposes the St. Vincent’s Hospital/Rudin residential redevelopment project [Downtown Express]
16. Taking a look at development in Long Island City [NY1]
17. Increase in mortgage defaults among prime borrowers will accelerate this year [Bloomberg]


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