Homeless advocates push for habitation of vacant building in Midtown … and more

TRD New York /
Aug.August 25, 2010 05:00 PM

1. Homeless advocates push for habitation of vacant building in Midtown [DNAinfo] 

2. Allan Ginsberg’s East 12th Street apartment hits market following renovations [EV Grieve] 

3. Blue Marble Ice Cream in Boerum Hill to close in October over rent dispute [Brooklyn Paper] 

4.
Newly constructed house in Sag Harbor closes for $3 million [Sag Harbor Express via Curbed] 

5. Commercial building at 101 Clinton Street in Brooklyn Heights to undergo residential conversion [Brooklyn Eagle] 

6. Real estate firms need to work harder to generate same revenues: survey [My Central Jersey] 

7. New children’s consignment shop to open next week in Prospect Lefferts Gardens [Hawthorne Street] 

8. Soho Grand Hotel unveils luxury suites for longer stays [DNAinfo] 

9. Anti-Muslim hate crime suspect linked to pro-mosque group [NYO]
10. As Americans continue to argue over the mosque’s location near Ground Zero [HuffPo]
11. And mosque developer Sharif El-Gamal claims to have a classic New York background [WSJ] 

12. Plus more on the mosque, from [HuffPo][DNAinfo], and [World Net Daily]

 

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