NYPD stops 30 Rock jumper, Cuomo considers legalization of casinos … and more

TRD New York /
Aug.August 10, 2011 05:33 PM

1. NYPD stops man threatening to jump off 70th floor of 30 Rock [Gothamist]
2. Cuomo considers legalization of casinos in New York State

3. Federal government plans $27 million renovation of Statue of Liberty

4. Obama to issue RFP on renting out foreclosed homes

5. U.S. Home prices down again
[CNN Money]

6. BofA head says he regrets Countrywide deal

7. Forest City Ratner offering garbage cans to combat rats at Atlantic Yards

8. Related brands entire neighborhood MiMA
[Village Voice]

9. Short-term rentals can be treacherous

10. Seniors in a shared living environment in White Plains

11. Dora the Explorer creator sells Ariel West condo

12. Wythe Avenue Lofts coming to Williamsburg [Curbed]
13. Landmarks Preservation Commission approves redesign of planned Brooklyn Heights building
[Brooklyn Eagle]

14. Unique shops give way to national retailers on Bleecker Street
[Vanishing New York]

15. Ramen noodle shop coming to Prospect Heights
[Brooklyn Paper]

16. Economy making small businesses nervous [NYT]
17. Map of famous East Hampton residents
[Business Insider]

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