180 Ludlow developer faces project critics, InterContinental hotel slated to open in July … and more

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Feb.February 24, 2010 08:04 AM

1. 180 Ludlow developer faces project critics at Board of Standards and Appeals [The Lo-Down]
2. Lowery to be sentenced March 22 for Stein murder; mother vows to appeal ruling [NYT]
3. New InterContinental hotel slated to open in July in Midtown [NYT]
4. Upper East Side section the safest city nabe, survey says [NYDN]
5. Hospital for Special Surgery picks up converted garage at 429 East 75th Street for $24.35M [Post, 2nd item]
6. New A-list Nolita club Kenmare already in trouble with State Liquor Authority [NYDN]

7. Real estate exec suing Hamptons homeowner over $195K summer rental in poor condition [NYDN]
8. Russell Simmons blasts Aqueduct racino deal, too [NYO]
9. Yankees fans fighting an uphill battle to save Gate 2 at old stadium [NYDN]
10. Number of distressed U.S. banks hits 702 in fourth quarter [MarketWatch]
11. Rockaway ferry to be discontinued in March [NYDN]
12. One quarter of U.S. homeowners underwater on mortgages at the end of the year: report [Inman News]
13. Historic Brownsville church slated for demolition to make way for affordable housing [NYDN]

14. Will VOWs really change things for buyers who already use Streeteasy and Property Shark? [Urban Digs]


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