Corcoran Sunshine to replace Lenz’s Elliman team at the Apthorp … and more

TRD New York /
Oct.October 01, 2010 08:00 AM

1. Corcoran Sunshine to replace Lenz’s Elliman team at the Apthorp [WSJ]
2. Danny Meyer to shutter Tabla, first restaurant closing for mogul in 25 years [Crain’s]
3. Barclays Center plaza to ban loitering groups of four or more [Brooklyn Paper]
4. Sculptor Mardig Kachian selling 24-unit Tribeca loft building [NYT]
5. New PropertyShark.com parent Yardi Systems acquires real estate listings software company, Point2 [Inman News]
6. State health officials save East Bronx hospital from closure [NYDN]
7. GOP state controller candidate Harry Wilson was partner in subprime mortgage investment firm [NYDN]
8. Fannie Mae gets investors’ securities fraud claims dismissed [Bloomberg]

9. Brooklyn assistant DA forced out of job after appearance on Trump’s “The Apprentice” [Post]
10. Neighbors lobby Parks Department to curb concert noise at Tompkins Square Park [The Villager]
11. ETrade Financial to move headquarters to 1271 Sixth Avenue [Post]
12. Ysrael Seinuk, structural engineer who worked on Trump World Tower, dies at 78 [NYT]

13. A trip to Long Island’s “Great Gatsby” estates [NYT]

14. Millennium High School asks for more space at 26 Broadway [Downtown Express]
15. Community board denies liquor license to Keith McNally’s Pulino’s spinoff restaurant at 18 Greenwich Avenue [The Villager]

 

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