Survey finds fault with Census figures in Brooklyn, Strauss-Kahn may leave 71 Broadway for a townhouse rental … and more

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May.May 25, 2011 08:44 AM

1. Times survey finds more people, fewer vacant apartments in Brooklyn nabe than Census reported [NYT]
2. Developer of planned Howard Johnson hotel at 5 Allen Street puts project on the market for $19M [Post, 4th item]
3. Dominique Strauss-Kahn’s presence at 71 Broadway is unsurprisingly irritating his neighbors [NYDN]
4. But they may be in luck, because DSK is expected to leave soon if he can find a townhouse rental to take him [CBS]
5. Toll Brothers posts larger-than-expected second-quarter loss thanks to lackluster spring selling season [Bloomberg]
6. Critics still panning NYU’s Greenwich Village expansion plan, despite its efforts to appease them [WSJ]

7. Port Authority removes leasing diagrams showing 1 WTC engineering details from website [Post, 2nd item]
8. Why some Gravesend mansions command such high prices: They’re near the shul [NYO]
9. Bay Ridge community board throws support behind proposed group home for developmentally disabled adults [Brooklyn Paper]
10. Tisch’s $15M 88 CPW pad was sold to her neighbors [NYO]
11. Victorinox relocating to 114 Wooster StreetWhen Its Prince Street lease expires next month [Post, 5th item]


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