Vornado begins land-use review process for the city’s would-be third-tallest tower … and more

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Feb.February 10, 2010 08:24 AM

1. Vornado begins land-use review process for the city’s would-be third-tallest tower atop Hotel Penn [NYO]
2. Park Slope customers say Brooklyn Kitchens contractor is running a Ponzi scheme [Brooklyn Paper]
3. Real Estate Education Center coming to 144 West 37th Street [Post, 5th item]
4. 15 Madison Square North loft bid up to $12M from asking price of $9.5M [NYO]

5. Duplex penthouse at the Scribner Building goes to Galtere in the low $50s per foot [Post, 3rd item]
6. The Penn Club wins landmark designation [NYO]
7. Extell planning full-service hotel for 112-118 West 25th Street and adjacent lots [Post, 4th item]
8. Simon Property Group heirs in bitter fight over $1 billion will [WSJ]

9. Labor union inks deal to Move Into West 45th Street headquarters with option to buy it [NYO]
10. Vornado eyes trio of Madison Avenue properties surrounding the Fuller Building [Post, 2nd item]
11. The story of the life of Madison Square Garden architect Stanford White [NYO]

12. Coney Island Theater could become a city landmark [Post]
13. World’s tallest tower shut down after Dubai visitors get stuck in elevator [AP via Post]


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