Toll to meet with landmarks committee over 205 Water Street, Trump Jersey City development nears grand opening … and more

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Apr.April 05, 2010 04:51 PM

1. New charter school moving into Crown Heights at 1480 Atlantic Avenue [Brownstoner]
2. Toll to meet with Landmarks Preservation Commission tomorrow over 205 Water Street plans [Curbed]
3. Nature Conservancy makes $3.7 million profit on park land [Post]
4. A look at what public funds the WTC construction will demand [NYO]
5. Trump Plaza Residences in Jersey City to celebrate grand opening — one day after Trump Soho’s launch day [Paramus Post]
6. Lower East Side daycare damaged by construction at 265 Houston Street [NYT]
7. Investigators unsure of what caused Easter fire at Fort Greene pizzeria [NY1]
8. On Coney Island, the Cyclone remains where other attractions have fallen by the wayside [NYT]
9. Brooklyn artists to cover Greenpoint building in cloth [Brooklyn Paper]
10. Skate park will take the place of Flushing’s World’s Fair monument [NYDN]
11. Residents riled over plan to turn Millburn, N.J. home into synagogue [NYT]
12. Accessories line Radley London prepares U.S. expansion [WWD via Racked]
13. East Hampton nightclub Lily Pond could see lease yanked [Post]
14. A new foreclosure prevention plan? [NYT]
15. More tech firms flock to NYC [Crain’s]


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