Nearly 40 percent of Manhattan addresses unmarked, city to install taxi stand near Staten Island Ferry entrance … and more

TRD New York /
Mar.March 16, 2010 08:23 AM

1. Bloomberg: Housing Authority stimulus plan won’t put residents at risk [NYDN]
2. Last year’s massive Gap Inc. lease at 40 Worth Street came with two years’ free rent [Post, 3rd item]
3. Paterson expects Aqueduct deal back on track within a month [NYDN]
4. Central Park in talks to offer tennis year-round with new winter bubbles [Post]
5. Manhattan market’s rate of rebound to slow [UrbanDigs]
6. Nearly 40 percent of Manhattan addresses unmarked, study reveals [Post]
7. As demand for butler service, poolside cabanas rebounds, luxury hotels rates rise [Bloomberg]
8. City to install taxi stand near Staten Island Ferry entrance [Post]
9. Prospect Park skating rink shutters for two-year renovation [Brooklyn Paper]
10. Blaichman’s 450 West 14th Street at the High Line gets glassed [Post, 2nd item]
11. Bay Ridge gets a new Key Food supermarket [Brooklyn Paper]
12. Designer Joseph Abboud’s new HMX Group to expand, consolidate with 57,000 square feet at 125 Park Avenue [Post]
13. Enhanced Capital Partners moves into 601 Lexington Avenue, nearly doubling its old space [Post, 5th item]


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