Owners of church destroyed in 9/11 attacks may sue city … and more

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Dec.December 03, 2010 04:49 PM

1. More details emerge on development of planned Borough Hall Skyscraper District [Brownstoner]

2. Upright Citizens Brigade makes progress on new East Village location [EV Grieve]

3. List of holiday season’s pop-up shops compiled [Racked]

4. Seattle Teriyaki to open Midtown East location [NYT]

5. Philadelphia? Jersey City? Cleveland? Which is New York City’s true sixth borough? [Gothamist]

6. Group creating Soho BID will consider reimbursing co-op residents for operating costs [DNAinfo]

7. Jamaica residents ask city to repair crumbling, dangerous sidewalk [NY1]

8. Landlord rebuffs art gallery for inappropriate window display [Post]

9. Opponents of Park51 Islamic Center in Lower Manhattan can use Facebook to protest [Crain’s]

10. Church destroyed on 9/11 near Ground Zero may sue Port Authority to get land back [DNAinfo]

11. OTB will stay open through Tuesday, instead of closing today as planned [NY1]

12. Holiday pop-up store replaces Brownstone Books on Lewis Street [Brownstoner]

13. High Line history revealed during renovation [Curbed]

14. Montauk Motel for sale [WSJ]

 

15. DOB goes head-to-head with Queens man storing shipping containers in his backyard [Queens Crap]

 

16. Tribeca homeless shelter to add three more floors to address growing need [DNAinfo]


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