Crown Heights could become Brooklyn’s largest historic district, Trump bases net worth on how he’s feeling … and more

April 22, 2011 05:14PM

1. Brooklyn community board to study revenue sources outside additional housing to maintain Brooklyn Bridge Park
[Brooklyn Heights Blog]

2. Deposition shows Trump bases personal net worth on his “general attitudes at the time the question may be asked”

3. The annual Kips Bay Decorator Show back on schedule for next Thursday at 163 East 63rd Street

4. LPC to vote on landmarking an additional 610 Crown Heights buildings in June [Brownstoner]
5. The Highliner, in the old Empire Diner space, nears opening [Eater]
6. The struggle for affordable housing goes beyond just the 241a tax program
[City Hall News]

7. Construction will resume on 25-story, 114-unit building at One Bennett Park in Washington Heights

8. Bowery Residents’ Committee’s Chelsea shelter is saved, proposed Greenpoint shelter faces challenges
[Chelsea Now]

9. Five designers team up for pop-up retail shop at 198 Spring Street
[Bowery Boogie]

10. In other pop-up news, a string of “hot pot parties” hosted by chef Sean Scotese will travel the city starting on St. Marks Place [Eater]
11. The Julius Liebman Mansion — one of Clinton Heights’ “most beautiful” homes — sells for $3.8M

12. New boutique shops bringing life to Harlem’s historic East 125th Street