City to build $20M High Line-adjacent offices, Toll investor to file suit … and more

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Mar.March 04, 2010 04:55 PM

1. After Superfund designation, some residents rush to Gowanus Canal’s defense [NYT] 

2. City to build $20 million offices adjacent to High Line [DNA info]
3. Robert Knakal names key traits for success in commercial real estate business [NYO]
4. Which burger chain dominates New York City? Find out here [Fast Company]
5. Shuttle to help residents travel between Long Island City attractions [Queens Courier]
6. Magnolia to keep sidewalk cafe, despite community protest [Westside Independent]
7. Marble Hill housing to get state funding injection [Riverdale Press]
8. How to transition to a “grown-up” apartment — on a budget [NYT]
9. How to keep the 1920’s façade and have your modern perks, too [Riverdale Press]
10. Realty reality show apartment sneak peek revealed [Post]
11. Painting Times Square, one plaza at a time [Architect’s Newspaper]
12. Toll investor allowed to file suit claiming that shareholders were allegedly misled by top execs [Bloomberg] 

13. After long-time separation, Rolling Stone founder and wife may finally split on real estate [NYT]
14. New legislation to install separation between church and bar [Post]
15. High-end bathroom fixture shop unveils Manhattan showroom [NYT]

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