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Seward Park site enters environmental review, joblessness and tight lending impacting home builders … and more

July 28, 2011 05:08PM

1.  City, Community Board 3, begin Seward Park site environmental review
[The Lo-Down]

2.  Jobless rate, tight lending, continue to hamper home builders
[WSJ]

3.  Atheists sue to stop WTC cross
[CNN]

4.  UWS residents protest peace [DNAinfo]
5.  Community Board 3 approves East Village historic district
[Village Confidential]

6.  Racial discrimination suit against Dakota can proceed [NYT]
7.  Poll shows that Walmart’s wooing has been successful
[Metrofocus]

8.  New Physique 57 opens on UWS
[Well and Good]

9.  City Island is city’s newest hippest neighborhood
[NYDN]

10. Lord & Taylor’s to use wind energy
[Crain’s]

11. Fashion designer Adam Lippes sells penthouse on West 12th [NYO]
12. S’MAC to take over East Village food stand in fall [EV Grieve]
13. Uniqlo-sponsored High Line roller rink opens [Racked]
14. Interior designer buys $4.5 million Gothic Victorian mansion in Sneden’s Landing
[Post]


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