WTC bond investors fear fallout from PA financial difficulties, city rezones downtown Manhattan schools … and more

TRD New York /
Apr.April 18, 2011 03:51 PM

1. Bondholders want to know who gets paid first if Port Authority runs into trouble with 4 WTC development

2. Construction workers laying power lines for the subway on Fulton Street find the city’s first native-born mayor’s famrstead

3. Homes once reserved for senior offices ate center of battle for the Brooklyn Navy Yard development site

4. Gramercy Capital gets two-week extension on its $800M debt

5. A Massey Knakal Realty Services profile

6. City rezones downtown Manhattan schools to alleviate overcrowdedness

7. Dunkin’ Donuts finally lands in LIC on Vernon Boulevard near 49th Avenue

8. Twelve of the city’s 20 largest architecture firms added architects in 2010

9. New Soho synagogue in Crosby Street near Broome Street will have a revolving bookshelf/bar

10. Regulators want to stop banks from pursuing foreclosure while homeowners seek loan modifications

11. National Academy Museum and School to reopen come September [NYT]
12. Dumbo residents want movie and TV crew to get lost [Post]
13. A peek at 5 NYC rooftop gardens [Curbed]
14. The Gagosian Gallery resigns lease for about 50,000 square feet at 980 Madison Avenue [NYO]
15. Contractors and construction unions are at war as contracts affecting 60,000 workers set to expire June 30 [NYDN]
16. NBC doubts “Apprentice” star Donald Trump will run for president [Gothamist]
17. Meanwhile, Trump says he’s a better candidate than Mitt Romney because he’s wealthier [Post]

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