Morris Park food plant to shutter … and more

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Jan.January 22, 2010 04:58 PM

1. Brooklyn architecture firm Solid Objectives selected to design P.S. 1 museum courtyard [NYT]
2. 9/11 memorial waterfall mock-up tested in Brooklyn [Curbed] 
3. Old London Foods set to shutter Morris Park plant; 228 to lose jobs [Crain’s] 
4. Mischa Barton’s Tribeca rental back on the market, in wake of back-rent lawsuit [Cityfile] 
5. Lower East Side residents still hold out hope for Ray’s Candy Store [The Villager] 
6. Sagaponack named most expensive small town in the country [Businessweek via Curbed]
7. Hollywood producer Joe Roth puts One Beacon Court home on the market for $13M [Cityfile] 
8. Brooklyn condo One Hanson Place hosts launch party for event space, complete with cupcakes [Kumquat Cupcakery] 
9. Reality TV regulars, the Novogratz family, slashes the price on its West Village home by $5M [Curbed] 
10. Long Island City a haven for doggy daycare centers [Queens Chronicle]
11. Partnerships overseen by private equity investor J. Christopher Flowers file for bankruptcy [Reuters via CNBC]


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