Photo essay of iron workers at 1 WTC, developer Benny Caiola’s manor on market $3.95 for million and more

TRD New York /
Sep.September 01, 2011 05:38 PM

1. Photo essay of iron workers of 1 WTC
[NYT]

2. Did WTC construction just benefit construction industry?
[Village Voice]

3. Two Towers cameos in movies through the years
[Vimeo]

4. Fun facts about WTC
[NYO]

5. Developer Benny Caiola‘s Pelham manor on market for $3.95 million
[WSJ ]

6. Donald Trump charging $10,000 for invitation only meet-and-greet in Australia
[Hollywood Reporter]

7. Actor James LeGros buys new home on Bowery
[NYO]

8. Empty NJ homes still need Hurricane Irene repairs
[Star Ledger]

9. Planning, preparation key to reopening Irene-damaged properties
[GlobeSt]

10. Irene flooding might make people rethink their neighborhood, The Real Deal Editor-in-Chief Stuart Elliott says
[amNY]

11. ABC News installs news ticker on the West Side
[West Side Rag]

12. East Village IHOP opening date set for Sept. 20
[The Local]

13. Broadway star Jan Maxwell lives in subsidized apartment complex
[Post]

14. Stalled Williamsburg site resold?
[Brownstoner]

15. Taavo Somer opening first restaurant in Brooklyn
[NYO]

16. “Vagina Tree” felled by Irene in Greenpoint
[Brooklyn Paper]

17. Designer Robert Geller talks about historic home renovation
in Fort Greene
[NYO]

18. Astoria power station plans new unit
[Queens Chronicle]

19. Mudslide forces evacuation of Bronx villa
[WSJ]

20. Stony Brook settlement could prompt hospital move
[27 East]

21. Is “quintessential” overused in Hamptons real estate?
[Curbed]

22. Fairfield transportation complex runs into problems
[WSJ]


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