More than 1,000 gather in protest of proposed Ground Zero mosque, bidding wars break out over some upscale NYC homes … and more

Jun.June 07, 2010 08:00 AM

1. More than 1,000 gather in protest of proposed Ground Zero mosque [NYDN]
2. Northwest Brooklyn real estate market expected to take six months longer to recover than Manhattan [Crain’s]
3. Waterfront New Jersey property values strengthen [NYT]
4. Boerum Hill publicly funded day care centers to shutter next month [NYDN]
5. The Ardsley’s restored Art Deco lobby, revealed [NYT]
6. New “surface subway” bus lanes to debut in October on First and Second avenues [NYDN]
7. Inside a Belmar summer share house [NYT]

8. Snapping up the city’s distressed buildings proves less simple than investors had hoped [Crain’s]
9. Tips for renters on navigating a web-driven market [NYT]
10. Bidding wars break out over certain upscale NYC homes [Post]
11. City’s newest 16,000-square-foot skate park hosts Maloof Money Cup competition [NYT]
12. Large window falls to the ground from the Galleria condo’s 52nd floor in Midtown [NYDN]
13. New York City-born chains through the ages [NYT]
14. The proliferation of NYC neighborhood names [Crain’s]
15. Upper-tier Westchester home sales hastening [NYT]


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