Downtown Brooklyn Partnership head steps down, Asian families move to Brooklyn along N train … and more

New York /
Sep.September 15, 2011 08:21 AM

1. Joe Chan steps down as head of Downtown Brooklyn Partnership
[Post]

2. Atlantic Yards controversy finds way into Cleveland paper
[Plain-Dealer]

3. Nick Jonas shops at 15 CPW
[Post, 1st item]

4. REIT Gramercy Capital considers sale as stock doubles in past year
[BusinessWeek]

5. More and more Asians are headed to Brooklyn neighborhoods along the N line
[NYDN]

6. Housing project feud in Harlem believed to be cause for shooting of star basketball player
[NYT]

7. Community worries Village restaurant with rooftop greenery will be too noisy
[GS]

8. Olsen twins to buy Sagaponack home
[Post, 5th item]

9. Westfield opens massive mall across from the site of the 2012 Olympics in London
[WSJ]

10. Haunted East Hampton house sells for $9.2M, less than half of asking price
[Post, 3rd item]

11. Glass towers in NYC kill 90,000 birds each year
[NYT]

12. Chelsea renter saves $300 per month by buying in Harlem
[Post]

13. LPC rejects 170-year-old East Village townhouse for Karl Fischer condo
[EV Grieve]

14. Inside Tertullia chef’s Flatiron pad
[Post]


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