Walter Cronkite’s U.N. Plaza studio lures buyer … and more

April 30, 2010 08:31AM

1. Fight to make private Gramercy Park public rages on [NYDN]
2. Walter Cronkite’s U.N. Plaza studio lures a familiar buyer [NYT]
3. Corcoran eco-broker Susan Singer turns cartoonist [NYDN, 1st item]
4. Enrique Norton’s 580 Carroll Street poised to change the face of Park Slope [NYDN]
5. New regulations would limit art vendors in city parks [Downtown Express]

6. Late toy exec’s UES apartment sells [NYT]

7. Skyscraper Museum exhibit explores Wall Street’s architectural history [Downtown Express]


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