Popular Asian food court to become Flushing Commons construction casualty, Toll Bros. reports first-quarter profit … and more

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Feb.February 23, 2011 08:23 AM

1. Popular Asian food court at Flushing Mall to become casualty of Flushing Commons construction [WSJ]
2. Ex-City Council member argues against the use of eminent domain at Willets Point [NYDN]
3. Toll Brothers reports $3.4M first-quarter profit [Bloomberg]
4. Cuozzo: DOT Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan will “ruin” 34th Street with pedestrian plazas, bus lanes [Post]
5. Bloomberg signs bill banning smoking in public parks, beaches [NYO]
6. UK art dealer takes 400-square-foot Nolita store for $400 per square foot [Post, 2nd item]
7. J. Crew’s Madewell apparel line lands in Flatiron’s 115 Fifth Avenue [Crain’s]
8. A dozen dead animals discovered inside Long Island hoarder’s home [NYDN]
9. Grubb & Ellis team officially lists former Williams Club townhouse [Post, 3rd item]
10. NJ home matchmaking service launches in Hoboken [Guest of a Guest]
11. Two lease deals complete, several more in the works at 280 Park Avenue South [Post, 4th item]
12. Parents, teachers rally against city inaction on PCBs in public schools [NYDN]

13. Former “Project Runway” space at 1407 Broadway leased to Poof Clothing [Post, 5th item]

14. Q&A with Mister H mastermind Armin Amiri, before his club opening March 1 [WSJ]


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