Newsweek ditches Tribeca for Midtown … and more

April 02, 2010 04:58PM

1. Second section of High Line won’t open till 2011 [DNAinfo]
2. Plaza’s State Suite, one of the hotel’s premier units, sells for $28 million [NYO]
3. Former Goldman headquarters at 85 Broad Street named Manhattan’s largest vacancy [Crain’s]
4. More details emerge on alleged Ivanka Trump alleged stalking [Post]
5. St. Vincent’s financial outlook grim [Crain’s]
6. Newsweek leaves Tribeca home after just 11 months, moves into 887 Seventh Avenue [NYO]

7. Red Hook liquor store war over, as wine shop moves in [Brooklyn Paper]
8. Inside the greening of Brooklyn Bridge Park [NYT]
9. Tavern on the Green may reopen this spring [Westside Independent]
10. Chelsea Market Anthropologie nears April 16 opening date [Racked]
11. HUD gives new definition to “foreclosed” and “abandoned” in effort to speed up purchasing process [Inman]

12. LI homebuyers allowed to proceed, even with gap in flood insurance [Newsday]


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