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Nov.November 03, 2010 08:00 AM

1. Boycotters storm Brooklyn Brewery after false reports of Coney Island move [The L Magazine]
2. Man convicted of setting fire to West 48th Street building after being booted from 2009 party, faces 25 years [Post]

3. Tina Fey sells modest UWS studio office for $550,000 [WSJ]
4. The anatomy of a partying doctor’s eviction from 31 West 21st Street pad [NYO]
5. Parisian candle company Cire Trudon makes first foray into U.S. with 54 Bond Street shop [Racked]

6. French retailer Comptoir des Cotonniers signs 10-year deal at 345 Bleecker Street [Post, 2nd item]
7. FEMA set to reimburse uninsured NYC homeowners for tornado damage [Brooklyn Paper]
8. 83-year-old Queens church moves services next door, stays positive after fire [NYDN]
9. Gerson & Gerson fashion label to move showroom to space above the Manhattan Mall [Post, 3rd item]

10. New Yorker writer Ken Auletta buys $2M unit at 132 East 72nd Street [NYO]
11. Jeffrey Modell Foundation signs on for space at 780 Third Avenue [Post, 4th item]
12. Park Hyatt hotel to open in NYC in 2012 [Hotel Chatter]

 

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