NY-Presbyterian to open cardiac center, Trump Soho to miss launch date … and more

January 20, 2010 04:48PM

1. NY-Presbyterian to open completed $260M cardiac center [Crain’s]
2. Developer Kent Swig turns 49 [Cityfile]
3. Profile of Greenwich Village landlord Neil Bender, heir to William Gottlieb empire [NYO]
4. Two murals made for recently renovated lobby in former Helmsley Building [Arch Paper]
5. Store owner faces Greenpoint blogger and critic [NYS via Curbed]
6. Small East Village shops out of business or on their way out [EV Grieve]
7. Gravesend, Brooklyn school first in NY to get Edible Schoolyard Program [NYT]
8. The fight over capping the number of NYC charter schools [NYDN]
9. Tavern on the Green’s financial woes worse than thought [NYT]
10. Trump Soho will miss expected Feb. 1 launch date, with no rescheduled day planned yet [Hotel Chatter]
11. A bevy of school openings happening in Brooklyn [A Child Grows]
12. Lawyers contend that AY neighbors will be exposed to unsavory conditions for extended time [Brooklyn Paper]
13. Ray’s Candy Store advocates launch Twitter feed [EV Grieve]
14. Williamsburg eater Pies ‘n’ Thighs closer to opening day [Eater]
15. Real estate investors leading corporate bond rally [Bloomberg]
16. Ivana Trump gets nakey nakey [NY Mag]
17. Lender infighting over tranches on the rise, particularly among commercial real estate loans [Bloomberg]

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