FEMA to assess damage from last week’s storm … and more

TRD New York /
Sep.September 21, 2010 05:00 PM

1. Two New York buildings to become first large residential projects to be powered by fuel cells [WSJ]
2. Grubb & Ellis to relocate
to 1301 Avenue of the Americas [Real Estate Weekly]

3. NYU breaks ground on new facility in Washington, DC [Post] 

4. Community board 2 rejects Metrotech BID’s request for a dog run [Brooklyn Paper] 

5. Author Barbara Taylor Bradford cuts asking price at River House to $16.9 million [Curbed] 

6. Meet New York’s most charming doorman [Post] 

7. Soccer star Thierry Henry buys $9 million penthouse at Soho’s 39 Crosby Street [Curbed] 

8. Foundation almost complete for Whole Foods at 250 East 57th Street [A Fine Company] 

9. In response to city’s bedbug infestation, dogs patrol nightly at Condé Nast offices in 4 Times Square [NY Mag] 

10. FEMA to assess damage from last week’s storm [NYT] 

11. As government prevents housing prices from finding an equilibrium, economy can’t grow [WSJ] 

12. Lease falls through for Toren’s ground floor supermarket in Downtown Brooklyn [Brooklyn Paper]


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