Skanska gets contract for 7 line extension, housing market nationwide may make comeback … and more

New York /
Sep.September 14, 2011 05:48 PM

1. Skanska awarded $386 million contract on No. 7 line extension to
11th Avenue
[Twitter]
and
[Railwayage]

2. Judge says city can end rent subsidy of formerly homeless families
[WNYC]

3. Housing market nationwide may make comeback
[MSNBC]

4. Liquidity issues still persist [GlobeSt]
5. The future of the single-family suburban home
[Design Observer]

6. New trend of mixing homes and agriculture
[WSJ]

7. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer to judge architecture prize NYT]
8. Family buys both halfs of Broadway producer’s UES duplex
[NYO]

9. Justice Department files complaint against Gramercy Hotel
about disability violation after renovations [Curbed]
10. Upside down elephant in Union Square
[WNYC]

11. Trump says Bob Turner’s win in congressional election is sign that
“Obama doesn’t get it”
[Newsmax]

12. Fox anchor Shepard Smith puts $4 M apartment on market in in
Greenwich Village
[Mediabistro]

13. Young woman plummets to death from UES condo
[NYDN]

14.”Top Chef” bringing grilled pizza to FiDi
[DNAinfo]

15. Sunnyside Boys and Girls Club plans $15 million new building
[Sunnyside Post]

16. Carousel to open Friday in Brooklyn Bridge Park
[Brooklyn Eagle]

17. Sales launch at South Park Slope condominium
[Brownstoner]

18. Galleries heading out of Williamsburg
[Brooklyn Paper]

19. Graffiti artist creates love letter to Brooklyn on old Macy’s parking garage
[WNYC]

20. Williamsburg condo back on market, renamed “Jardin”
[Brooklyn Eagle]

21. Post office closures would severely impact Bronx residents’ daily lives [WNYC]


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