The Real Deal New York

Grant’s tomb gets new visitors center, Long Island home lifts off its foundation in explosion … and more

May 06, 2011 08:37AM

1. Grant’s Tomb gets new visitors center, revamp [NYDN]
2. Long Island home lifted off its foundation in explosion [Post]
3. Hilfiger bid on New York Times building, considered Hotel Chelsea before settling on Clock Tower for new hotel [WSJ]

4. Spinola: NYC uses real estate to fill its budget gaps [Brooklyn Eagle]
5. Pop Burger creators open Pop Pub on University Place [Gothamist]
6. 62-year-old M&S Italian deli in Queens closes unexpectedly [NYDN]

7. In rare news conference, Fed chairman announces no dramatic changes to monetary policy for the near future [Washington Times]
8. Queens parents, teachers say they’ll sue city over planned P.S. 30 closure [Queens Chronicle]

9. Remembering architect Clarence True, who remade the rowhouse [NYT]

10. Williamsburg community board tables plan for moratorium on new liquor licenses [Brooklyn Paper]

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