For-profit private school planned near the High Line, SL Green considers pruning its assets … and more

January 31, 2011 08:34AM

1. DC office market outperforming New York’s [Crain’s]

2. Former Esquire publisher and Yale prez raise $75M to launch for-profit private school near the High Line [WSJ]

3. NYC’s failed urban planning proposals through the years: a slide show [NYT]

4. Sam Nazarian bringing LA-based hotel to 140 Sixth Avenue [Post, 1st item]

5. SL Green exec: “It’s clearly time to prune” [WSJ]

6. Paulson facing deadline to restructure $1.5B in debt on Morgan Stanley’s CNL Hotels [Bloomberg]
7. 34th Empire State Building Run-Up race, set for tomorrow, spawns copycat tower running competitions worldwide [NYT]
8. Manhattan Beach manse racks up over $100K in city fines for illegal construction [Brooklyn Paper]
9. Is this building landmarked? There’s an app for that [NYT]
10. Architect Steven Holl’s first major NYC project, the Queens Library at Hunters Point, gets reviewed [NYT]
11. Brooklyn tortilla factory where worker was killed is shuttered temporarily by feds [NYDN]
12. Former Mills Hotel on Seventh Avenue poised for landmark designation [NYT]
13. Chodorow to open new Tribeca restaurant with the Catskill Mountains’ Kutsher family [Post, 2nd item]
14. Walmart’s NYC bid gaining traction [Crain’s]
15. Morris Adjmi’s 450 West 14th Street is “staid, elegant” [WSJ]