Retailers jump on lower rents in east Midtown, Hudson Hotel club to open in time for Fashion Week … and more

New York /
Jan.January 28, 2010 04:58 PM

1. St. Vincent’s had reportedly been looking for partners since 2007 [Crain’s]
2. Droves of supporters turn out for proposed Sheepshead Bay mosque [Sheepshead Bites]
3. Retailers jump on lower rents in east Midtown [Crain’s]
4. Short-term office space company, Green Desk, expanding to Brooklyn [Brownstoner]
5. Lincoln Center renovations progressing speedily [My Upper West] 
6. NYC restaurants racing against the clock to open space [NYT]
7. Alicia Keys reportedly buying Lenny Kravitz’s 30 Crosby Street home for $14.5M [Post]
8. Famed chef David Bouley set to open new restaurant, BrushStroke, in early July [Grub Street]
9. New Hudson Hotel club slated to open its doors in in time for Fashion Week next month [Post]
10. Heartbeat Digital signs 10-year lease at 200 Hudson Street [GlobeSt]
11. Luxury market grows stronger in New Jersey [Post]
12. Major renovation effort underway at 125th Street retail spaces [Harlem Bespoke]
13. Five Napkin Burger is firming up plans to open a second location at 2315 Broadway on the corner of 84th Street [Zagat]
14. Facebook group emerges in protest of the NYC Board of Standards and Appeals [Brownstoner]


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