Jamaica church fighting against its own proposed landmark status … and more

TRD New York /
Jan.January 14, 2011 08:17 AM

1. Jamaica church fighting against its own proposed landmark status [Queens Chronicle]
2. Hudson Street water main project timetable slashed by six months [DNAinfo]
3. Brooklyn Brewery debuts expanded Williamsburg digs [Brooklyn Paper]

4. Leaked DOE document reveals city’s plans for new schools to replace shuttered ones [NYT]
5. Meanwhile, Jamaica High School students’ play about city school closures, once barred from performance, to hit the stage today [Queens Chronicle]
6. “New Yorker” wunderkind Nell Freudenberg buys $2.3M Park Slope townhouse [NYO]
7. Scheduled hotel openings in 2011: a master list [Hotel Chatter]
8. NYU to Begin Bleecker Street oil spill cleanup [The Villager]
9. Landmark Dakota, San Remo buildings slammed over air pollution [DNAinfo]
10. Six New York racinos ask Cuomo to block Catskills casino plan [Queens Chronicle]
11. City seeking operators for new fleet of historic ships at Hudson River Park [Post]
12. Would-have-been Clinton AG Zoe Budlinger, of “nannygate” fame, buys $6M Fifth Avenue co-op [NYO]
13. Tightened lending guidelines squeezing some condo sellers out of the game [NYT]
14. Investor Gary Croland sues Theater District eatery Carmine’s for $1 million [Post]

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