Rudin to transform St. Vincent’s building into residential development … and more

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May.May 12, 2010 07:58 AM

1. In Newmark CEO Barry Gosin’s $9.4 million purchase of Eastern Consolidated execs’ estate, llamas are part of the package [NYO]

2. Rudin family plans to renovate former St. Vincent’s building for residential use, while Westbrook eyes another piece of the former medical center [Post, 2nd item] and [NYO]

3. Despite closure for renovations, community advocates say no work is being done on Fulton Ferry State Park [NYDN]

4. Community center with public housing coming to the East Village [EV Grieve]

5. A look at the homes where New Yorkers on the Supreme Court grew up [NYT]

6. After three-year closure for renovations, Highbridge library reopens [NYDN]

7. Questions abound over who will take former Graceland grocery’s place on the corner of Avenue A and 2nd Street [EV Grieve] 

 

8. Residents riled over so-called “secondary displacement” of neighborhood mainstays, allegedly caused by older NYU students [EV Grieve]
9. In possible asthma reduction legislation, City Council puts the squeeze on landlords [NYT]
10. Regions not as affected by the housing boom see price stabilization [WSJ]


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