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

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

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

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

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

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

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