Aqueduct project winner plans to get right to work … and more

TRD New York /
Feb.February 05, 2010 08:15 AM

1. Aqueduct project winner plans to get right to work [Crains]
2. Debris from Milstein Towers site in Battery Park City blows into ice rink while children are skating [Downtown Express]
3. Ray’s Candy Shop gets new lease on life after donations help with back rent [The Villager]
4. New $16.2M Federal Plaza slated to open in 2012 [Downtown Express]
5. Ryan McClafferty weighs in on underwater mortgages [The Atlantic]
6. To get W. Thames Park project back on track, contractors to start working from 7 a.m. seven days a week [Downtown Express]
7. Bronx condo agrees to $1M settlement for rape victim who says building covered up serial attacks [NYDN]
8. Before restoration, a look inside the Loew’s Kings Theater [NYT]
9. Continuum Health Partners backs out of St. Vincent’s hospital offer [Post]
10. Who is the Aqueduct Entertainment Group, anyway? [NYDN]
11. With Bronx homeless shelter closed after city opposition, community looks for alternatives [NYT]
12. Petition calls for designating NYU-area park spaces on city map [The Villager]
13. The commercial real estate fallout: Just a tease? [CNN Money]


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