Landmark UWS Metro Theater on Broadway files for Chapter 11 … and more

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Sep.September 07, 2010 12:00 AM

September 07, 2010 05:00PM

1. Landmark Uws Metro Theater On Broadway files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy [Crain’s] 

2. Abandoned house on 79th Street in Brooklyn inflicts mold and raccoons on neighbors [Brooklyn Paper]
3. One-night only French flea market coming to Ace Hotel this Friday [Hotel Chatter]   

4. Developers to bring more national retailers to NYC if communities will allow it [WSJ] 

5. New tattoo parlor opens on Gravesend Neck Road in Sheepshead Bay [Sheepshead Bites] 

6. 47 percent of home sellers slash listing prices [Inman] 

7. Property owners threatened from recession-era decisions [Realty Times] 

8. A Marc Jacobs café is coming Uptown [Racked]
9. Blue 9 Burger opens at Ninth Avenue between 52nd and 53rd streets [Midtown Lunch] 

10. Forrest Solutions signs lease at SL Green’s 18 West 44th Street [NYO] 

11. Viewing New York from 200 miles up, aboard the International Space
Station [Post]
12. Fox News launching weekly series on WTC, to last until towers are built [Mediaite]
13. Developer Vornado Realty Trust is selling its Merchandise Mart Properties division [Crain’s] 

14. Are housing prices bottoming out in Bedford-Stuyvesant? [NYO] 

15. Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf to return to NYC, comment on mosque [Crain’s]
16. And Paterson wants moratorium on mosque debate during Jewish New Year and Muslim Ramadan [NBC]   

 

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