City takeover of Battery Park city seems less likely … and more

New York /
Nov.November 22, 2010 04:12 PM

1. City takeover of Battery Park City seems less likely [Constant Contact]
2. Celebrity stylist could lose Times Square office for owing money on tax bill [NYO] 

3. How are foreclosures affecting children? [Washington Post] 

4. Bankruptcy judge allows owner of Lipstick Building to use cash collateral [Crain’s] 

5. Remodeled Dior boutique will open on 57th Street Dec. 9 [Madison Avenue Spy] 

6. More than half of U.S. entrepreneurs work out of their home [WSJ] 

7. Trinity Real Estate hires Marc Packman of Cushman & Wakefield to take over leasing of Manhattan portfolio [Crain’s] 

8. City health department shuts down Taste of Hawthorne restaurant [Brooklyn Paper] 

9. How to use your rental home to make extra money [Rented Spaces] 

10. Shadow inventory of unlisted bank-owned homes rises [WSJ] 

11. New York Central restaurant opens at Grand Hyatt at Grand Central [Hotel Chatter]
12. Transportation commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan is on a crusade to promote biking in the city [Crain’s]


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