Former Bloomberg campaign manager interviewing with REBNY, UN morale low during renovations … and more

February 10, 2010 04:59PM

1. Former Bloomberg campaign manager interviewing for job at REBNY [NYO]
2. NAR denounces sexual orientation discrimination in its revised code of ethics [Malcom Carter] 

3. The success of Century 21, a lesson in branding [Inman] 

4. Morale at United Nations low during renovation effort [NYO] 

5. Opening of Brooklyn Bridge Park permanent section delayed, again [Post] 

6. Board of Standards and Appeals kerfuffle with 580 Carroll to be resolved by end of March [Brownstoner] 

7. Columbia Grammar and Preparatory School renovations approved [Curbed] 

8. Ratner reportedly gunning for large housing subsidy in AY bid [Noticing New York] 

9. Markowitz has high aspirations for a Fourth Avenue revitalization [Post] 

10. Despite rumors, Hooters not headed to the Hamptons [Curbed] 

11. Effort to bring supermarkets to low-income NYC communities catching on [NYT]
12. Following bonus season, Goldman exec adds new floor to townhouse [Gawker] 

13. New York City’s Centralized Laboratory Services to shutter in May, with 135 being laid off [Crain’s] 

14. Flatiron’s Eventi Hotel has Facebook page, but no hard open date yet [Bowery Boogie]
16. More consumers aiming to pay off credit card debt, not mortgage, experts say [U.S. News & World Report]
17. Ratner exec argues in favor of AY, tells protestors to quit their carping [NYO]
18. Former Manhattan District Attorney Robert Morgenthau joins chorus of protest over 9/11 terror trial proposed Manhattan location [Post]
19. Accused killer of super broker Linda Stein has alleged death wish [Post]
20. Despite bankruptcy, Fulton Homes goes ahead with multi-million-dollar Super Bowl ad [hadd.com via Patrick.net] 

21. NYC apartment-dwellers lament lack of suitable places to “hook up” [Brick Underground]
22. Designer Tory Burch rolls forward with 100-store plan [Bloomberg]
23. Moorehead & Moorehead design team installing 10-foot-tall ice sculpture heart in Times Square tomorrow [Media Bistro]