St. Vincent’s board hit with suit over closing plan, Queens pols lobby city to buy Steinway Mansion … and more

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Sep.September 29, 2010 08:00 AM

1. St. Vincent’s board hit with suit over legality of closing plan [Chelsea Now]

2. Queens pols lobby city to buy and preserve Astoria’s $4.5M Steinway Mansion [NYDN]
3. Cuozzo blames Daniel Goldstein for Barclays Center Plaza design “monstrosity” [Post]

4. Marshalls shoe mega-store coming to Astor Place at 740 Broadway [Post, 4th item]
5. New Café des Artistes owner to reopen restaurant as “the Leopard” [NY Mag]
6. Macy’s Herald Square flagship finds bedbugs [WWD]
7. And Howard Stern talks bedbugs after brief scare at Sirius XM studios [Gothamist]
8. Observer tours the Apthorp, finds mousetraps [NYO]

9. Bronx street signs going lowercase? [BoogieDowner]

10. South Street Seaport rehab architect hopes General Growth “will be going forward at some point” with project [NYO]

11. Starchitect Richard Meier designing new product line [Mediabistro]
12. Miami apartment designer Tui Pranich to open new Soho store at 136 Greene Street [Post, 2nd item]

13. A history lesson on the Brooklyn-Queens border [Gothamist]
14. “Antiques Roadshow” star Leslie Keno unloads $5.65M pad at 455 CPW [NYO, 1st item]
15. Johnny Rockets on 8th Street loses its lease, closes [Eater, 1st item]
16. Deutsche Bank demo crane blocks entrance to World Center Hotel [DNAinfo]

17. Law firm Seward & Kissel renews, expands lease at 24 State Street [Post, 3rd item]

18. U.S. residential loan officers see 17 percent salary increase since last year [The Truth About Mortgage]

19. Proposed state bill aims to fight loan mod fraud [NYDN]

20. Burlington Coat Factory offices relocating to 1400 Broadway‘s 11th floor [Post, 5th item]

21. Bulls versus bears on this fall’s NYC real estate market [The Apple Peeled]

 

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