Community Board set to review plans for $100 million Harlem children’s center … and more

TRD New York /
Sep.September 09, 2010 04:30 PM

1. Lower East Side’s Jarmulowsky Bank Building on the market for $37 million, after selling for $25 million in 2005 [WSJ]
2. City’s plan to funnel $32 million to Greenpoint Hospital development may be in jeopardy [Brooklyn Paper]
3. Aqueduct racino almost a done deal [Post]
4. The Nets’ new home, the Barclays Center, could also become site for professional tennis events [Post]
5. Community Board 10 set to review plans for $100 million Harlem Children’s Zone [Harlem + BeSpoke]
6. Labor board rules Bronx bakery may have been prematurely shuttered [Crain’s]
7. Paterson takes opportunity in Park51 community center debate [NYT]
8. Fed’s Beige Book shows signs of lagging economy in near future [TMTGM]
9. Far West Side in the running to acquire one of three retired NASA space shuttles for permanent display [WSJ]
10. Mortgages issued by credit unions down 43 percent from last year [Housing Wire]
11. Governors Island school officially opens [Brooklyn Paper]
12. Interior designers descend on the Aldyn in honor of Fashion Week [WSJ]

 

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