World Trade Center worker injured from falling metal … and more

TRD New York /
Jul.July 01, 2010 05:00 PM

1. World Trade Center worker injured from falling metal [DNAinfo] 

2. Expert analyzes deterioration of commercial real estate market
[Seeking Alpha] 

3. Coney Island demolition begins under cover of darkness at 1124 Surf Avenue [Curbed] 

4. Future still uncertain for Greenpoint Food Market [Brooklyn Paper] 

5. Tribeca’s Bouley Upstairs restaurant will reopen on July 19 after
renovations, despite previous accounts [Village Voice] 

6. 70-foot high development tops out on Smith Street in Carroll Gardens
[Brownstoner] 

7. Shake Shack on East 86th Street preps for late July opening [DNAinfo]
8. Breakers Condo agents mislead buyers with unapproved marina plans in
Brooklyn [Sheepshead Bites] 

9. Chelsea Clinton to get married on 50-acre former estate of John Jacob
Astor
in Rhinebeck, NY [Post] 

10. Court orders city to keep struggling schools open [NYT] 

11. Girl survives plunge from violation-ridden elevator in East Side
building [NYDN]
12. Plitt Ford building on Montauk Highway sells for $3.9 million [East Hampton Star via Curbed] 

13. Foreclosed Chelsea penthouse at West 19th Street now scheduled for auction [Curbed]

 

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