Forest City Ratner handing out AC vouchers to neighbors of construction, boutique spinning studios cropping up across the city … and more

July 09, 2010 08:00AM

1. NYC loses potential for $58M windfall annually as LeBron James joins Miami Heat [NYDN]
2. Boutique spinning studios cropping up across the city [NYT]
3. South Street Seaport’s Abercrombie & Fitch reopens after bedbug scare [WSJ]
4. Forest City Ratner hands out air-conditioning vouchers to neighbors of Atlantic Yards construction [NYO]
5. Tonys to ditch Radio City for Washington Heights’ United Palace Theater next year [Post]

6. Stone Phillips buys 45 Gramercy Park North penthouse [NYT]
7. Rent dispute could shutter Bushwick childcare center [NYDN]
8. Romance novel writer Mary Bly, a.k.a. Eloisa James, buys $1.7M Morningside Heights co-op [NYT]
9. Two perspectives on Brooklyn Beep’s proposed $64M amphitheater plan [Brooklyn Paper] and [Brooklyn Paper]
10. Feds to pitch in for 34th Street bus lane plan [WSJ]
11. One of two Avenue D senior centers to remain open after protests [The Villager]

12. Robert Knakal weighs in on the market for distressed assets [NYO]
13. Construction manager Bovis clashing with LMDC over Deutsche Bank building demo [Downtown Express]
14. Office market experts cautiously optimistic at CBRE breakfast panel [NYO]

15. BPC playground reopens after renovations [Downtown Express]