CVS inks 20-year deal at Williamsburg’s the Edge … and more

April 28, 2010 05:03PM

1. Sketchers coming to the Bronx’s Gateway Center and Manhattan’s 590 Fifth Avenue [Post, 1st item]
2. Walgreens lends Times Square billboard to education charity [Crain’s]
3. City Council members ask bank to take back decrepit Garfield Place brownstone from owner [Brooklyn Paper]
4. CVS inks 20-year deal at Williamsburg’s the Edge [Post, 2nd item]
5. Upcoming Brooklyn Bridge revamp causing traffic jitters in Brooklyn Heights[Brooklyn Paper]
6. Russian-born developer Janna Bullock resigns from Guggenheim board amid bad press abroad [NYT]
7. Apartment cited in shady U.N. case sold [WSJ]
8. Controversial Queens strip club owes $150K in back rent [NYDN]
9. DoBro’s new Sheraton opening next month [Brownstoner]
10. Housing advocates, tenants stage rally at Pedro Espada’s Albany office, demand resignation [City LImits]
11. 10 top 10 cities lists [Agent Genius]

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