Sept. 11 waterfall memorial makes a test run in Brooklyn … and more

January 26, 2010 08:14AM

1. Michael Arad’s Sept. 11 waterfall memorial makes a test run in Brooklyn [Mediabistro]
2. Bollards at new LIRR terminal in Brooklyn are too big by NYPD standards [Brooklyn Paper]

3. Stuy Town fallout will be worst for investors [NYT]
4. Bronx high school avoids closure after community opposition [NYDN]
5. Proskauer Rose law firm reaches agreement on 400,000 square feet at 11 Times Square [Post, 1st item]
6. Fresh Kills landfill now a draw for birdwatchers in Freshkills Park incarnation [NYT]
7. Judge dismisses suit calling for area study prior to new homeless shelter opening in the Bronx [NYDN]
8. Two designers move into Keith Haring’s former apartment and make him the inspiration for its interior [NY Mag]
9. DE Shaw Research laboratory takes 75,000 square feet at 120 West 45th Street [Post, 2nd item]
10. Mortgage insurer MGIC reports 10th straight quarterly loss [Bloomberg]
11. Stock market analysts worry over vulnerability divide between regional and national banks on commercial real estate [MarketWatch]


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