TJ Maxx taking over fourth Manhattan space, Coney Island boardwalk to be replaced with concrete … and more

April 21, 2010 08:23AM

1. TJ Maxx taking over fourth Manhattan space at 409 East 59th Street [Post, 3rd item]
2. Famed Coney Island boardwalk to be replaced with concrete [Brooklyn Paper]
3. Max Abelson reflects on NYC’s power brokers [NYO]
4. Cuozzo: Tavern on the Green no closer to opening than WTC is to being rebuilt [Post]
5. After Rose Plaza win, Council member Steve Levin sets sights on Domino Sugar challenge [Brooklyn Paper]

6. State Senate snubs Hemmerdinger in Port Authority board nominations [NYO]

7. Brooklyn Bridge Park food cart finalists include ice cream and lobster purveyors [Brooklyn Paper]
8. Bank of America pays $40 a foot in new 14 Wall Street lease [Post, 2nd item]
9. Two Queens nabes battling it out for Bayside’s P.S. 130 [NYDN]
10. TV producer Sharp signs on for seventh floor at 1071 Avenue of the Americas [Post, 4th item]

11. Exploring the art of apartment staging [NYO]


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