Ground Zero won’t be affected by looming strike, frozen treats proliferate on E. 7th Street … and more

TRD New York /
Jun.June 30, 2011 05:17 PM

1. Figuring out where the Hamptons begins and ends
[Curbed]

2. Talks persist as construction strike looms, but Ground Zero won’t be affected
[Crain’s]

3. A fourth purveyor of frozen treats will pop up on East 7th Street
[Village Voice]

4. Cleanup of Newtown Creek, between Greenpoint and Long Island City, to start late summer
[QGazette]

5. Number of overpriced listings in Manhattan hits three-year low
[ApplePeeled]

6. Two popular lunch spots will be among first closures resulting from World Financial Center revamp
[Crain’s]

7. Giants’ Eli Manning now owns three units, and 3,555 square feet in Hoboken’s Hudson Tea building
[Living on the Hudson]

8. Actor Jim Carrey likes 176 Perry Street so much he’s bidding on a unit that’s not on the market [Post, 2nd item]
9. Despite crackdown, food trucks are still parking in Midtown
[MidtownLunch]

10. Harlem Tavern, a beer garden on 116th Street, is opening Friday
[Harlem+Bespoke]

11. After 10 months of delays, the Nolitan hotel will reportedly open Aug. 1 [Hotel Chatter]


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