Clinton Foundation moving from Harlem to FiDi, Brooklyn pol calls for moratorium on school closures … and more

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Mar.March 16, 2011 08:29 AM

1. William J. Clinton Foundation moving from Harlem to former Goldman Sachs space at 77 Water Street [Post, 2nd item]
2. Williamsburg’s Public National Bank of New York building up for landmarking [Brooklyn Paper]
3. Zillow taps Citigroup to manage IPO filing [Bloomberg]
4. Brooklyn brokerage Vita Realty relocates to 296 Smith Street [PMFA]
5. Twice-shuttered Bronx middle school lands on city’s closings list once again [NYDN]
6. Meanwhile, Brooklyn Assemblyman Hakeem Jeffries calls for moratorium on Bloomberg’s “out of control” school closure plans [NYDN]
7. Hotel Williamsburg to open in May [Curbed]
8. More details on the Bloomberg LP expansion deal at 120 Park [Post, 4th item]
9. East Village’s Acme Bar & Grill shutters after more than two decades [EV Grieve]
10. Donald Trump praises Saddam Hussein’s policies on terrorists [Human Events via NY Mag]
11. Fred Alger Management inks 10-year sublease at 360 Park Avenue South [Post, 3rd item]
12. On Dodd-Frank and the mortgage origination business [Huffington Post]
13. Chef Shaun Hergatt planning new Midtown restaurant venture [Zagat]
14. Irish pub Tir Na Nog to open second Manhattan location at 315 West 39th Street [Post, 5th item]
15. 10 outrageously-priced summer rental listings in the U.S. [Zillow]
16. Astoria bookstore spared from shuttering after local support pours in, landlord agrees to lower rent hike [NYDN]


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