Twenty story apartment building coming to Broadway on the Upper West Side … and more

TRD New York /
Apr.April 11, 2011 05:19 PM

1. Nitehawk Cinema solves Williamsburg’s movie theater shortage by bringing a movie theater-restaurant-bar hybrid to Metropolitan Avenue

2. Real estate author Michael Gross argues for co-ops’ superiority to condos

3. Karl Fischer-designed, 15-unit building at 659 Bergen Street in Prospect Heights nears completion

4. The DOE overrules a state official and places a third school in PS 9’s building on Underhill Avenue in Fort Greene
[Brooklyn Paper]

5. A record 113,553 people slept in New York City homeless shelters last year

6. Plans have been filed to develop a 20-story residential building with ground-floor Commercial Space On Broadway Near West 78th Street [DNAinfo]
7. NYSE to undergo renovation in hopes of attracting more cocktail receptions [AP via NYDN]
8. Military families are left with no choice but to conduct a short sale or foreclose on their underwater homes [Inman]
9. SUNY Purchase professor holds a class in Soho to teach his students how to illegally squat in city condos. [Post]

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