Development plan for Brooklyn’s Broadway sty

TRD New York /
Jul.July 02, 2010 04:30 PM

1. Development plan for Brooklyn’s Broadway Triangle hits another
roadblock
[Crain’s] 

2. Summer rentals still available in the Hamptons for all price ranges
[NYT] 

3. Five local properties hold up well in the downturn [Yahoo] 

4. State legislature passes law to crack down on illegal hotels [Crain’s]

5. Habitat for Humanity still building houses, as biggest construction companies
nationwide cut back [WSJ] 

6. Myrtle Avenue’s landmark Ridgewood Theater back on the market for
$3.9M
[Curbed] 

7. Housing department announces new protections for LGBT community to
prevent discrimination [Inman News] 

8. Baruch College receives grant for program to certify green building
managers
[Crain’s] 

9. Celeb hair stylist Sally Hershberger lists her NYC penthouse for $5.9M
[Real Estalker] 

10. East Village drivers park illegally in private driveways [EV Grieve] 

11. Chelsea landlord tries to force retailer into bankruptcy in
Meatpacking District
[Crain’s]
12. Architect Andre Kikoski moves from Tribeca loft to two-bedroom in Midtown [WSJ]
13. Fewer new homes on the market in Long Island [Newsday]

 

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