Plans for Emmitt Smith’s Harlem Hyatt move forward … and more

TRD New York /
Nov.November 10, 2010 05:00 PM

1. NYU buys $9 million condo at 303 East 33rd Street in Murray Hill [NYO]
2. Bedbugs found at PS 207 in Marine Park, Brooklyn [Courier Life via Your Nabe] 

3. Controversial developer awarded $12M to build affordable senior housing in the Rockaways [NYDN]
4. DOT rejects city’s request for $3 million grant for 10th Avenue subway [Crain’s] 

5. Vietnam vet sues East Village landlord for $21M over falling air conditioner that almost killed him [Post] 

6. Mortgage lenders seek exemption from Dodd-Frank financial overhaul [WSJ] 

7. Pop-up cafes coming to Harlem [Harlem Bespoke] 

8. One of two World Trade Center memorial fountains opened today [Post] 

9. Another Cupcake Crew truck coming to Park Avenue and 34th Street [Midtown Lunch] 

10. Plans for Emmitt Smith’s Harlem Hyatt moving forward [Harlem Bespoke] 

11. All Saints signs retail lease with Thor Equities in the Meatpacking District [Post] 

12. New school likely to be built into Domino Sugar factory complex in Williamsburg [Brownstoner] 

13. Underground squash court and pool topped by four-story townhouse planned for 27 Cranberry Street in Brooklyn Heights, pending approval by Landmarks [Brooklyn Eagle]

 

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