Chelsea gallery nabs Bushwick warehouse … and more

TRD New York /
Dec.December 10, 2010 05:00 PM

1. Famed Chelsea art gallery Luhring Augustine snaps up 10,200-square-foot Bushwick warehouse [Crain’s]

2. Magnolia cupcakery plans new locations for Bloomingdales on the Upper East Side, as well as Long Island and New Jersey [Eater]

3. Barclays Center mulling plan to offer free beer to ticketholders who take the subway instead of driving [Brooklyn Paper]

4. Greenwich Village parents rally to save Children’s Aid Society school [NYMag]

5. Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal demands to see Google Street View data that he says was improperly collected [Marketwatch]

6. Lower East Side’s Sushi UO shutters, with plans to become an events space [Grub Street]

7. Governor-elect Andrew Cuomo’s residence in Manhattan muddled in tax returns [NYT]

8. Pastry chef Alex Stupak solicits petition signatures before presenting West Village restaurant plan to Community Board 3 [Eater]

9. Sag Harbor proposal to allow apartments hangs in the balance [Sag Harbor Express]

10. Sources say Obama considering incentive program for housing investors [CNBC via The Street]

11. Bank of America resumes some foreclosures, report says [Fox Business]

12. Federal program aims to lower costs attributed to reverse mortgages [NYT]


13. J-Vanka hits up movie premiere
in jovial attire [Guest of a Guest]

14. Meanwhile, Donald Trump loses appeal in $500 million Jones Beach catering hall suit [Post]
15. Jones Lang LaSalle tapped to market $800M mall development site in New Jersey [Retail Traffic]


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