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

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Apr.April 22, 2011 05:14 PM

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”
[CNN]

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

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
[DNAinfo]

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
[Brownstoner]

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


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