City to update public on Yankee Stadium replacement parkland, WTC transit hub may see completion date pushed back … and more

TRD New York /
Feb.February 16, 2010 03:53 PM

1. City to update public on Yankee Stadium replacement parkland [NYDN]
2. Slain broker-to-the-stars Linda Stein‘s father dies [Post]
3. Bronx college wants to kick high school off campus [NYDN]
4. City poll-watcher allegedly used campaign contributions for office space [Post]
5. Opening of Goods food market in Prospect Heights held up by DOB [Village Voice]
6. Donations needed to start one-acre farmyard on Crown Heights school grounds [Brokelyn]
7. Fatal Bensonhurst building fire home to illegal partition complaints [Multifamily Investor]
8. Rep. Meeks says Aqueduct racino deal fall-out due to racism [NBC]
9. Publicis to consolidate space at Rudin Tower at 1675 Broadway [NYO]
10. NHL commissioner says Brooklyn may not “make sense” for Islanders [NetsDaily]
11. WTC transit hub may see completion date pushed back to 2015 [Post]
12. Replacement for South Bronx construction trade program faces own issues [NYT]
13. Lawsuit could likely impact fate of four Brooklyn high schools [Post]
14. NoMad Hotel opens, but only for Fashion Week [WSJ via Hotelchatter]

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