TDC Development breaks ground on One Fulton Square in Queens, city to close traffic in busy Brooklyn district … and more

April 19, 2011 08:09AM

1. City plans to close traffic on 4th Street near Fifth Avenue in Brooklyn to create play area for MS 51 students
[Brooklyn Paper]

2. Manhattan townhouse with a two-story waterfall makes list of homes with most outrageous amenities
[Forbes via MSNBC]

3. TDC Development breaks ground on One Fulton Square project in Flushing
[GlobeSt]

4. Post surveys show just .06 percent of office workers use bike lanes to commute
[Post]

5. Brooklyn resident navigates living next door to especially noisy neighbors
[NYT]

6. The 100-year Case Shiller chart is brought up to date
[Big Picture]

7. High-end Japanese hair salon brings first U.S. location to 40 East 58th Street
[Crain’s]

8. Developers are having trouble finding a medical provider to revive the old St. John’s Queens Hospital in Elmhurst
[NYDN]

9. Community Board 1 in Brooklyn considers moratorium on new liquor licenses
[WSJ]


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