Dearth of banks found in some Bronx nabes, St. Vincent’s launches major debt restructuring effort … and more

TRD New York /
Feb.February 01, 2010 05:05 PM

1. Temporary workspace getting more popular in Manhattan [NYT] 

2. Midtown’s new Distrikt Hotel opens [Hotel Chatter] 

3. Bungalow 8 relaunch reportedly scheduled for February Fashion Week [Eater]
4. So-called “Freak Museum” to occupy Coney Island’s oldest building [Amusing the Zillion]
5. Haitian outreach center in Brooklyn fights to open [NYDN]

6. Costco struggles to jive with Manhattan shoppers [Crain’s]
7. Green advocacy groups seek to make greater impact on new developments [Crain’s]

8. Marketing campaign underway for condo at 123 Third Avenue [Curbed]

9. UWS Trader Joe’s expected to open by August [Westside Independent]
10. Special servicer begins to unwind Stuy Town fiscal brouhaha [Crain’s]

11. Dutch Kills residents riled over proposed hotel [Your Nabe]

12. Hockey star Chris Drury to open pizzeria franchise [Post] 

13. St. Vincent’s launches major debt restructuring effort [Crain’s] 

14. Co-op board wins fight to provide chair for doorman [Post]

15. Midtown residents blanketed in toxic dust due to alleged shoddy nearby construction [Post]

16. Bronx homeless facility opponents dealt legal blow [Village Voice]

17. FHA locks down tighter standards [NYT] 

18. Fannie and Freddie going after bad mortgages with “army” of federal auditors [WSJ]
19. Dearth of banks found in some Bronx nabes [NYT]


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