Restoration of St. Vincent’s approved, General Growth reports lower FFO … and more

TRD New York /
Aug.August 02, 2011 05:01 PM

1.  NY state has lost more than 1 million residents over last decade
[NYDN]

2.  Landmarks Preservation Commission approves restoration of St. Vincent’s
[NYO]

3.  UES 2nd Avenue Deli to open Aug. 16
[Eater]

4.  New Fulton Street Transit Center entrance opens
[Post]
and
[DNAinfo]

5.  Shopping mall owner General Growth reports lower than
estimated funds from operations
[Bloomberg]

6.  Chinese news agency Xinhua starts large Times Square billboard
[WSJ]

7.  Second Avenue Subway worker sings Frank Sinatra and Bobby Darin
[Post]

8.  Asian buyers targeting U.S. hotels
[Bloomberg]

9.  Forty North Capital completes deal in 9 West 57th Street
[REW]

10. Philadelphia, St. Louis, Chicago want to copy High Line [NYT]
11. Long Island City’s M. Wells to close, reopen at new location [WSJ ]
12. Eighth Street could use more development [Architect’s Paper]
13. First look at Karl Fisher design for 427 East 12th Street [The Local]
14. Two week long FAA shutdown to continue that has delayed airport construction [WNYC]
15. DOB moving forward with second phase of 14 Townhouses development [Brownstoner]
16. Inside the Boggsville Boatel’s “Floating Nirvana”
[Curbed]

17. Top 10 residential buildings to store your gold
[REW]

18. 489 Myrtle Avenue reopens after collapse [The Local]
19. Prospective brides unhappy about unsightly Montauk Club renovations [Metro]
20. Sag Harbor more “literary and artistic” [WSJ]


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