William Ackman courts Stuy Town tenants, contract signed with Genting for Aqueduct … and more

TRD New York /
Sep.September 13, 2010 05:00 PM

1. Aspiring Stuy Town owner William Ackman courts tenants who are offered co-op plan [Crain’s]
and [NYT] 

2. Financing from Magic Johnson helps re-launch sales at the Isabella, stalled Brooklyn condo [Crain’s] 

3. Novogratz-designed penthouse at 238 East 4th Street sells for $3 million [Curbed] 

4. Hearing being held tonight on proposed charter school in Long Island City [NYDN] 

5. Comptroller officially signs contract with Genting for Aqueduct racino [Crain’s]
6. Street vendor opens indoor shop on 132nd Street in Harlem [NYT] 

7. Perfumery Bond No. 9 introduces Cooper Square fragrance [Bowery Boogie] 

8. NYU satellite campus in United Arab Emirates holds first day of classes in Abu Dhabi [NYU news] 
9. Why do mortgage deals get rejected? [Inman] 

10. Listing for developer Aby Rosen’s Carnegie Hill townhouse disappears from Streeteasy.com [NYO, 1st item] 

11. First ever Lacoste L!ve store opens on Prince Street in Soho to kick off fashion week [Thrillist] 


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