Thanksgiving Day Parade route may still hit Times Square, Trump Soho applies to open outdoor cafe … and more

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Apr.April 04, 2011 08:36 AM

1. Man arrested for trying to sell three Midtown South buildings that didn’t belong to him [AP via Post]

2. Thanksgiving Day Parade route may still hit Times Square next year [Crain’s]

3. Tommy Bahama may open a restaurant at new Fred French Building space [Post, 1st item]

4. Retail condo sales on the upswing with rents rebounding for prime locations [Crain’s]

5. In pictures: the Barclays Center construction [Brooklyn Paper]

6. Trump Soho applies to open 760-square-foot outdoor cafe [Post, 2nd item]
7. Producer Marty Richards finally sells River House duplex for $11.65M [NYO]

8. State overrules city decision to move charter school into Prospect Heights public school building [Brooklyn Paper]

9. Serafina, Nello owners jockey to Pick Up East 61st Street buildings [Post, 3rd item]
10. Are Donald Trump’s presidential ambitions just a “media spectacle” or a serious campaign? [NYT]
11. Fox News fuels the story, giving the Donald a regular Monday morning spot on “Fox & Friends” [Ad Week]

12. New Williamsburg waterfront trend: stalled projects coming back from the dead [Crain’s]
13. Super-luxury new rental buildings aim to reach a new segment of the market [NYT]
14. In White Plains, community up in arms over plan to build $60M French-American school at shuttered country club site [WSJ]
15. Maria Hernandez Park in Bushwick set for rehab akin to Bryant Park’s [NYDN]
16. Kmart in North Plainfield, N.J. shuts down, leaving shopping center without an anchor tenant [WSJ]
17. With St. Vincent’s nabe still reeling from closure, is proposed emergency care center better than nothing? [Crain’s]
18. DoBro on its way to becoming a 24/7 neighborhood [WSJ]
19. New condo at 137 Fifth Avenue in Park Slope attempts to complement brownstone neighbors [WSJ]

20. Crain’s editorial board says NYC’s current rent regulation laws should protect families, not apartments [Crain’s]


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