Lower Manhattan mosque opponents commemorate 9/11 with protest, WTC memorial opens to public … and more

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Sep.September 12, 2011 05:20 PM

1. Lower Manhattan mosque opponents commemorate 9/11 with protest
[Gothamist]

2. 9/11 memorial opens to public
[WPIX]

3. Meanwhile, Bruce Ratner runs 9/11-themed ad
[Breakingcopy]

4. Mini-1 WTC in China
[NYO]

5. The rebirth of Lower Manhattan
[NYT]

6. Silverstein doesn’t want to look back
[CBS]

7. Obama’s job creation plan ignores housing crisis
[LA Times]

8. BofA confirms plans for 30,000 job cuts
[NYT]

9. NYT: Pass Section 8 reform bill
[NYT]

10. City Council committee to discuss Bowery landmarking
[Bowery Boogie]

11. Combo and townhouse apartments on the market at 40 Bond in
Central Village
[Curbed]

12. “Sex and the City” house on market in West Village
[NYT]

13. Life Cafe, birthplace of “Rent,” closes in East Village
[EV Grieve]

14. Union Square pedestrian plaza successful
[NYT]

15. Old-time Williamsburg apartment building pops up for Sasha
Baron Cohen movie shoot
[Gothamist]

16. Health department closes down Fort Greene’s No. 7 bistro
[Brownstoner]

17. Motorino chef opening new restaurant in the Bowery
[Curbed]

18. The moving boundaries of Prospect Heights prompt concern
[Brooklyn Ink]

19. Hispanic business owners, entrepreneurs have growing
influence in NY construction business [NYDN]


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