Attorneys file to make St. Vincent’s docs public, Jerry Speyer’s daughter sells UES co-op … and more

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Aug.August 20, 2010 08:00 AM

1. Holly Lipton, daughter of Jerry Speyer, sells UES co-op for $4.8M [NYT]
2. Attorneys file to make St. Vincent’s docs public in suit contesting closure [Downtown Express]
3. Elle magazine staffers working from home all week due to bedbug infestation [Post]
4. Ace Hotel waives location fees for short films in exchange for free advertising [NYT]
5. Cuozzo: Empire State Building owners have “chutzpah” in trying to take down 15 Penn Plaza proposal [Post]
6. Construction workers increasingly vow to boycott work on mosque near Ground Zero [NYDN]
7. “Grease” actress lists Rockland County house built by Bill Murray for $2.9M [NYT]
8. New bike and pedestrian path to open within the week between Pier 1 and Pier 6 of Brooklyn Bridge Park [Post]
9. A look back at the history of building Grand Central Terminal [NYT]
10. Reflecting on Ruby’s of Coney Island boardwalk amid uncertainty over future [Post]

11. Plan to close walkway through LES Mitchell-Lama co-op sparks uproar [The Villager]

12. Markowitz’s “noisy” Coney Island concert series meets even more opposition [Brooklyn Paper]


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