Roman Catholic Diocese sells Brooklyn Heights office building for $12M, renovations underway at Park Slope Library … and more

TRD New York /
May.May 10, 2011 12:33 AM

1. New York’s Ashkenazy Acquisition to take over Boston’s historic Faneuil Hall Marketplace in $130M deal [Boston Globe]
2. Roman Catholic Diocese sells Brooklyn Heights office building for $12.35M [Brownstoner]

3. Sen. Chuck Schumer pushing for National Park Service-sponsored renovation of LIRR station near Teddy Roosevelt’s old home [AP via Post]

4. Harlem’s Apex condos 30 percent sold, lowering common charges to incentivize buyers [Curbed, 1st item]
5. Renovations underway at Park Slope Library [Park Slope Patch]
6. LES watering hole Max Fish shuttered by NYPD for underage drinking, after-hours mayhem [The Lo-Down]
7. Vacant Clinton Hill lot at 33-44 Putnam Avenue sold for $2.3M to affordable housing developer [Brownstoner]
8. Pace dorm developer wants extended construction hours; neighbors do not [DNAinfo]
9. Fort Greene condo Rockwell Place now 70 percent sold [Brownstoner]
10. Pharma investment management firm takes 33rd floor at Resnick’s 110 East 59th Street [NYO]

11. The ever-changing value of Times Square’s former New York Times building [WSJ]

12. Soho-based Bicycle Habitat to open first outer-borough branch in South Slope this weekend [Brownstoner]

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