Morgan Stanley to close 120 U.S. locations, the Mark sees one of its two buyers trying to back out … and more

April 23, 2010 04:57PM

1. Controversial Queensboro Oval tennis bubble to be dismantled next month [NYT]
2. Clothier Miss Sixty plans to close 10 U.S. locations, including Soho location [WWD]
3. Morgan Stanley to close 120 U.S. locations [Bloomberg]
4. New legislation would require developers to report how many kids their projects would bring to a school district [DNA info]
5. More details on the Coney Island boardwalk revamp unveiled [Brownstoner]
6. “Vultures” may soon descend on 339 Greene Avenue [Brownstoner]
7. Artists riled over new parks department regulations on “expressive matter” [Curbed]
8. Brooklyn playground designers apologize for scalding metal playing domes [Brooklyn Paper]
9. Bedford-Stuyvesant condo at 111 Monroe Street is 50 percent sold [Brooklyn Eagle]
10. Norah Jones pool installation in Cobble Hill not music to neighbors’ ears [Brownstoner]
11. Luxury conversion project the Mark at 25 East 77th Street sees one of its only two buyers angling to back out [Curbed]


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