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

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
[WSJ]

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

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

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

5. A Massey Knakal Realty Services profile
[Crain’s]

6. City rezones downtown Manhattan schools to alleviate overcrowdedness
[DNAinfo]

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

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

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

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

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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