Nobu comes to the Hamptons, Colgate Center sale sets New Jersey record … and more

April 13, 2011 05:16PM

1. The sale of Jersey City’s Colgate Center achieved the highest price per square foot in state history [WSJ]
2. Famed restaurant Nobu finally comes to the Hamptons in the Capri Hotel
[NY Mag]

3. Community board bans Williamsburg’s East River State Park summer concert series
[Brooklyn 11211]

4. From 1990 to 2009 cheapskate Trump donated $3.7 million to his charitable foundation
[Gothamist]

5. Lake Montauk’s pollution is more evident than ever
[27east]

6. A Sands Point, Long Island mansion makes this list of creepy abandoned mansions
[Forbes]

7. LPC designates St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Williamsburg a landmark
[Brownstoner]

8. UWS Reebok club furiously tries to explain its bed bug situation
[MyUpperWest]

9. Massive poll shows New Yorkers are relatively happy with public services
[Gothamist]

10. Artist spends 18 months creating a cross-section of Canal Street [Curbed]
11. Andrew Berman of the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation wonders what happens with NYU in 2031 when it needs even more room [Downtown Express]
12. Community Board isn’t sure it wants donated $750,000 sculpture to stand in front of the Battery Park City library [Downtown Express]
13. Seven of the nine REITs applying for IPOs invest in mortgage-backed securities [WSJ]
14. Condo board controversy at Warehouse 11 in Williamsburg [Curbed]


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