Tenants refuse to leave St. Vincent’s East Village building, casino developer Steve Wynn buys Plaza Hotel penthouse for $23M … and more

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Jul.July 14, 2010 05:00 PM

1. Tenants refuse to leave St. Vincent’s East Village building [Crain’s] 

2. Observer reflects on leaving their 915 Broadway office as they head to Times Square [NYO]
3. Robinson Avenue homes in Bronx to be completed after DOB stalled for
four years [Bronx Times via Post]
4. Judge halts Aqueduct bidding process to consider developer’s
lawsuit, while bidder Genting reveals plans that include restaurant, event center and showgirls [Crain’s]
and [Post] 

5. Housing market plagued by widespread price cuts [Time] 

6. Slide show of historic 19th century NYC properties [NY Mag] 

7. Evaluating the city’s year-old REO program [PropertyShark] 

8. Defense claims stress test clears accused rigger of East Side crane collapse [Post]
9. Casino developer Steve Wynn buys Plaza Hotel penthouse for $23M [WSJ] 

10. AIDS agency moves from West 24th to West 33rd Street after rent hike, angering activists [NYT] 

11. Casino may come to Southampton [NYO] 

12. Baptist Temple in Boerum Hill struggles to recover from fire [Brooklyn Eagle] 

13. Spike Lee’s former Fort Greene production studio hits market with reduced price of $3.9M [Curbed]


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