City plans $4.5M project to bring drinkable water to Governors Island, price cuts at the Riverhouse … and more

TRD New York /
Apr.April 26, 2010 05:02 PM

1. City plans $4.5M project to bring drinkable water to Governors Island [Post]
2. Price cuts at the troubled Riverhouse in Battery Park City [Curbed]
3. 17 Brooklyn residential properties up for auction [Malcolm Carter]
4. What’s in a (building) name? [NYT]
5. Luna Park debut set for May 29 [NYDN]
6. ‘Real Housewife’ Ramona Singer Southampton pad still on rental market [Newsday]
7. Do we really need doormen? [NYT]
8. Trump’s upstate high school alma mater to shutter this spring [Post]
9. Bloomberg running into construction troubles in Bermuda estate renovation [NYT]
10. Faced with allegations about his Westchester residence, Espada cuts TV interview short [NYDN]
11. Proposed 34th Street pedestrian plaza a waste of money, Cuozzo says [Post]
12. Leftover muck from New York Harbor dredging project to be used in Jamaica Bay restoration [NYT]

13. Cindy Adams takes to column to gripe about her penthouse neighbors [Post]
14. Greenpoint’s McCarren Park handed over to Boy Scouts? [Brownstoner]

15. Bronx-Manhattan North Association of Realtors annual awards announced [Post]
16. Sears puts thousands of shuttered stores up for sale, lease [GlobeSt]
17. S&P analyst: Bankers said “anything to get what they needed” for high ratings during boom [Bloomberg]


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