Midtown homeless shelter may close after decades of operation … and more

TRD New York /
Feb.February 12, 2010 04:53 PM

1. Midtown homeless shelter may close after decades of operation [Chelsea Now]
2. Jeans-wearing gets Sam Zell temporarily barred from Union League Club [NYO]
3. Forest City Ratner Companies pledges to solve flying debris problem at Beekman Tower [Tribeca Trib]
4. Shake Shack gets liquor license approval for Midtown, stumbles in Nolita [Midtown Lunch]
5. More reality shows offering free rent at NYC apartments among prize packages [NYT]
6. International school in Brooklyn plans move from Prospect Heights to Carroll Gardens [Brooklyn Eagle]
7. Sale of $24 million condo emboldens luxury brokers [NYT]
8. Gay-focused Midtown hotel plans move forward [Chelsea Now]
9. Belmont neighborhood residents divided over potential 13-story residential development [YourNabe]
10. Widow of pop-art icon Lichtenstein closes on $1.85 million unit at 25 Central Park West [NYT]
11. Battle to save MacDonough Street houses in Bedford Stuyvesant rages on [Brownstoner]
12. Chelsea school shuffle riles parents [Chelsea Now]
13. Soho real estate pioneer makes saving Saharan town pet cause [NYDN]
14. Tenants at Chelsea Hotel make bid to block bar plans [Chelsea Now]
15. City Council member Michael Nelson moves to Sheepshead Bay office [Sheepshead Bites]
16. New golf course planned for the Bronx [Cyber Golf]
17. Mexican fast food chain Chipotle plans to open 120 to 130 new locations nationwide in coming year [GlobeSt]


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