Paterson says Aqueduct plan to reboot within a month, Bronx courthouse seeks main tenant … and more

TRD New York /
Mar.March 16, 2010 04:54 PM

1. Paterson says Aqueduct plan will resume within a month [NYDN]
2. Atlantic City crane collapse blamed on high winds [NBC New York]
3. DOH may lift ban on at-home beekeeping in the city [NYT]
4. Local officials going after more illegal hotels [Gotham Gazette]
5. NYC office investors showing more confidence, experts say [Crain’s]
6. Bronx courthouse seeks main tenant [NY1]
7. Bath Beach Brooklyn building found with 38 active violations [BeehiveHairdresser]
8. Gowanus Canal cleaner talks shop [NYT]
9. One-time potential Hyatt Place Hotel site in Downtown Brooklyn forsaken, placed on market [Brownstoner]
10. Sheepshead Bay family given 20 minutes to secure personal belongings from condemned home [Sheepshead Bites]
11. Local officials begin reviewing possible Shinnecock casino sites [27 East]
12. Staten Island officials call for spoiled food reimbursement from Con Edison after residents lose power [SI Advance]
13. UWS residents flee carbon monoxide leak [Post]
14. Making the illegal, legal in basement apartments [UrbanOmnibus]
15. In celebration of Queens, local fan says borough has it all [NYDN]
16. Williams-Sonoma plans store consolidation [GlobeSt]
17. More BofA borrowers get mods [WSJ]
18. With Fed programs gradually decreasing, some experts say housing market could remain stable [Bloomberg via BusinessWeek]
19. A look into a Jackson Heights building’s past [Lost City]

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