JFK’s new Delta terminal breaks ground, Forever 21’s Takashimaya building pop-up store debuts … and more

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Nov.November 22, 2010 08:35 AM

1. New Meadowlands train line doubles as a tour of failed development projects [NYT]
2. Space tourist Mark Shuttleworth revealed as buyer of Leslie Alexander’s $31.5M Superior Ink penthouse [Post]

3. JFK’s new Delta terminal breaks ground [NY1]
4. Aqueduct racino developers say Paterson’s planned Catskills casino could cut into their profits [Post]
5. NY pols ask Obama administration to reroute Hudson rail tunnel funding to other city transit projects [Crain’s]
6. Related bidding for takeover of Roosevelt Island’s Main Street retail stores [Roosevelt Islander]
7. Man who helped integrate Stuyvesant Town in the 1950s recounts his experience [NYT]
8. Lots of New Yorkers besides Jimmy McMillan also think the rent is too “damn high” [NYDN]
9. Forever 21’s Takashimaya building pop-up store debuts [WSJ]

10. Brooklyn’s transitional homes for former addicts and the homeless plagued by poor living conditions [NYDN]
11. Illegal backyard restaurant in Prospect Lefferts Gardens shuttered by the city [Brooklyn Paper]
12. Steve Cuozzo: NYPD’s security plan for WTC is over-the-top [Post]
13. Long Island office market still deteriorating as Manhattan recovers [WSJ]


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