Daily News plans downtown black

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Jun.June 09, 2010 08:00 AM

1. $65 million mortgage on Sturner’s 1414 Sixth Avenue hits the market [Post, 2nd item]  

2.
With Community Board 7 meeting set for tonight, controversial wine bar pitched for 25 CPW space faces tough odds [Westside Independent]  

3.
New York City office market showing signs of life, experts say [NYT]  

4.
Atlantic Yards project is making traffic unbearable, residents complain [NYDN]  

5.
New York Daily News reportedly inking a deal for 100,000 square feet at 4 New York Plaza, taking the paper away from its Hudson Yards location [Post, 4th item]  

6.
Planned Lower East Side eatery reaches out to community to grease the wheels [Bowery Boogie]  

7.
New York Ctiy down, Champs-Elysees up in Colliers survey of retail rents [Bloomberg]  

8.
Co-op city employees get back to work [NYT]

9.
Advocates argue for prison closures at under-occupied facilities [NYT]

10. Orpheum theater evacuated after fire on Second Avenue between 7th Street and St. Marks Place; no word yet on the extent of the damage [EV Grieve]

 

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