East Village residents launch virtual doorman site, federal government extending mortgage help deadline … and more

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Sep.September 13, 2011 04:59 PM

1. East Village residents launch virtual doorman site
[Bowery Boogie]

2. More Americans doubling up due to poverty
[WSJ]

3. Federal government extending mortgage deadline
[NYT]

4. Empire State Building gets LEED-gold certification
[Crain’s]

5. UWS residents upset over sidewalk portraits of conservative
politicians

[DNAinfo]

6. Conde Nast lease at 1 WTC is part of a trend
[NYO]

7. WTC construction over years in photos
[WNYC]

8. West Village pizzeria closes after four months
[Eater]

9. New NY based architectural magazine arriving [Archinect]
10. Tenement museum getting new visitors center Tuesday [Bowery Boogie]
11. 640 Park Avenue apartment on market for $29 million
[Curbed]

12. Harlem photographer creates doppelganger photos out of her
apartment

[Harlem + Bespoke]

13. Midtown restaurant lets loyal customers change its name
[NYT]

14. Tory Burch flagship opens on UES
[Racked]

15. Settlement means change in housing policy for mentally ill
[NYT]

15. New block association in Chelsea
[Chelsea Now]

17. Microparks could create more space for affordable housing in
Chelsea
[Streetsblog]

18. New Peninsula Hospital owner is optimistic
[WNYC]

19. No appeal for Sunset Park rezoning
[Brooklyn Eagle]

20. MTA preparing extensive repair of commuter rail line
destroyed by Hurricane Irene
[Transportation Nation]

21. Queens Baptist church is against plans for hookah lounge next door
[NYDN]


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