Williamsburg building to offer $8,000 to tenants, Belmont racetrack gets $25 million loan to stay open … and more …

TRD New York /
May.May 26, 2010 04:49 PM

1. Williamsburg 5 Roebling building to offer tenants $8,000 cash back at closing [Curbed]

2. Cobble Hill homeowner agrees to repair crumbling brownstone [NYDN] 

3. Giants, Jets owners may get naming rights for stadium for hosting Superbowl [Crain’s] 

4. Community board votes down proposed Lincoln Road development in Prospect Lefferts
[Hawthorne Street]

5. Manhattan residential rents increase and vacancies decrease: report [Curbed] 

6. Belmont racetrack gets $25 million state loan to stay open [Huffington Post] 

7. Renovation of deceased historian’s homes angers Queens residents [NYDN] 

8. Brooklyn Bridge Park’s new carousel designs made public [Brooklyn Daily Eagle] 

9. Plan to allow billboards near UES co-ops rejected by community board [DNA Info]

10. Tenants in foreclosure limbo advertise dirty apartments as new legal strategy [Tremont Tribune]
11. Brooklyn Brew Shop sells home-brewing kits via mail order and in select NYC stores [Rented Spaces]
12. No injuries following Staten Island Cromwell Center collapse [SI Live]
13. Atlantic Grill seafood restaurant to replace O’Neals’ Irish pub on 64th Street [West Side Independent]


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