143 Allen Street landmarked, Cheetah and China clubs file for bankruptcy … and more

TRD New York /
Feb.February 25, 2010 05:01 PM

1. Building at 143 Allen Street garners landmark status [The Villager]
2. Up-and-coming Park Slope pizzeria Giuseppina’s delays opening another month [Eater]
3. Cabana drama flares up at Williamsburg’s Ikon condo [Curbed]
4. Permanent ice rink plans in the Bronx on hold [Riverdale Press]
5. Fashion PR exec fired from People’s Revolution gets scooped up by Halstead Property [Post]
6. Move-in date on hold at the Edge in Williamsburg [Curbed]
7. Renovations temporarily shutter Empire-Fulton Ferry State Park [McBrooklyn]
8. Industry experts say Wall Street homes have become more affordable [Post]
9. Updated Brooklyn Bridge Park plans unveiled [Brooklyn Eagle]
10. With a kid in the picture, time to swap out Brooklyn homes [NYT] 

11. China Club and Cheetahs file for Chapter 11 protection [Crain’s]
12. Tweet: Trump Soho still on for April 9 opening [LHW via Hotel Chatter] 

13. Australian-based mall owner signs non-disclosure agreement with General Growth to get info [Bloomberg] 

14. New Yorkers rehash the age-old Brooklyn versus Manhattan debate [Brownstoner via TONY]
15. On the Lower East Side, 61 Delancey Street now home to temporary workshop on affordable housing [Bowery Boogie]

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