Large protest against eviction of 82-year old Bed-Stuy resident, 3,500 layoffs coming at BofA … and more 

TRD New York /
Aug.August 19, 2011 05:38 PM

1. Large protest against eviction of 82-year-old Bed-Stuy resident
[Village Voice]

2. Port Authority board votes to raise tolls

3. BofA to cut 3,500 jobs

4. More paying credit card instead of mortgage

5. When will interest rates rise?

6. Extension holds off carpenter strike

7. Are more real estate foreclosures coming?
[U.S. News]

8. Schools chancellor vows more testing for toxins in schools
[Gotham Gazette]

9. Geraldo Rivera moving to UES from Jersey

10. Owner, City Council member oppose landmarking of 135 Bowery

12. View of Lower Manhattan is changing

13. The 12 members of the anti-movement New York architecture movement
[Capital NY]

14. Lifting of scaffolding reveals original facade of Anderson
Cooper’s firehouse home


15. Andrew Barrocas: MNS sees success with interactive ad
campaign, web analytics

16. New reality show features fish real estate

17. Meadowlands to be renamed Metlife Stadium

18. Goorin Brothers Hat Shop opening in Park Slope
[Here’s Park Slope]

19. Mysterious “Anonymous” posters cropping up in Sunnyside
[Sunnyside Post]

20. Convertibles turning into rentals on Long Island [NYT]
21. NYT food critic Sam Sifton sells Red Hook home for $1.25 million

22. New Hartford suburb development is close to office corridor for workers [NYT]
23. Application denied for UES newsstand that provoked
protests from residents

24. Elevator museum founder wants to save World’s Fair elevator [NYDN]
25. Residents of UWS doorman building haven’t had gas for a month, tenants say [DNAinfo]
25. Related, Two Trees, Andrew Balazs heading to Brooklyn Bridge Pier 1 [NYO]

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