More than 20 small businesses leave the Village in the wake of St. Vincent’s closure … and more

TRD New York /
Jul.July 02, 2010 08:00 AM

1. More than 20 small businesses leave the Village in the wake of St. Vincent’s closure [The Villager]
2. Landmarks’ Ground Zero mosque hearings scheduled for July 13 [NYO]
3. This summer could be the last for Montauket Hotel, on the market for $17.5M [NYT]
4. Proposal to replace burned-down Jackson Heights buildings with taller ones sparks mixed reviews [NYDN]
5. P.S. 39 kids to keep recreation space thanks to extra rent money from city [Brooklyn Paper]
6. What’s the premium for a NYC apartment that towers high above the rest? [NYT]
7. State Senate passes bill that would crack down on noisy nightclubs [Downtown Express]
8. Christie willing to compromise for property tax cap legislation instead of NJ constitutional amendment [NYT]
9. Inside the Park Slope rental of Transportation Alternatives director Paul Steely White [NYO]
10. Bloomberg: Court that blocked closure of failing schools did kids a disservice [NYDN]

11. West 12th Street co-op celebrates 100-year anniversary by remembering tenement history [The Villager]

 

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