Trump fuels rumors that he will run for president in 2012… and more

New York /
Feb.February 10, 2011 05:10 PM

1. Donald Trump to speak at Conservative Action Political Conference, encouraging rumors that he will run for president in 2012 [NYT] 

2. Small businesses near St. Vincent’s continue to shutter, nine months after hospital’s closure [DNAinfo] 

3. Long Island College Hospital in Cobble Hill may close after grant funding to finance a merger is delayed [NYT] and [NY1]  

4. Related CEO Stephen Ross says he expects to lease one quarter of the 12 million-square-foot Hudson Yards development by year’s end [Crain’s] 

5. Sober house for college students struggling with addiction will open in Tribeca in the summer [DNAinfo] 

6. Tracing the work of NAR’s Jerry Matthews, former trade group exec and now a consolidation consultant [Inman] 

7. Donut Plant to open second New York store Monday, at Chelsea Hotel [NYT]
8. Brooklyn’s Union Market will open first Manhattan location at 240 East Houston Street [EV Grieve] 

9. Ex-doorman from Staten Island suspected in crime spree to support drug habit [Post] 

10. Steven Roth, chairman of Vornado Realty Trust, resigns from board of Toys “R” Us [City Biz List]
11. Museum at South Street Seaport lays off workers, struggles to maintain fleet of historic boats [DNAinfo]
12. Mets general manager Richard “Sandy” Anderson buys $4.2 million penthouse at the Georgica [NYO] 

13. Katie Lee, Billy Joel’s ex, sells 23 Perry Street townhouse for $11.65M [Curbed] 

14. Making sense of conflicting reports on housing data [WSJ] 

15. Unopened SilverCup hotel in Long Island City changes name to the Vetiver [NYT] 

16. Robert Knakal on Manhattan investment sales [NYO]


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