St. Vincent’s land review starts noisily, politicians not speaking out on condo and co-op issues … and more 

TRD New York /
Sep.September 16, 2011 05:55 PM

1. St. Vincent’s land review process starts with noisy
community board hearing
[DNAinfo]

2. Politicians not speaking out on condo and co-op issues
[Habitat]

3. Mortgage REITS heading to Europe
[BusinessWeek]

4. Lightly regulated lenders make riskiest mortgages
[WSJ]

5. Schrager takes over Chicago hotel
[NYT]

7. Work ramping up at Hudson Yards for engineering company ThorntonTomasetti  [NYT]
8. Illegal projection ad on UWS building?
[West Side Rag]

9. Inside architect Deborah Berke’s NYC creations
[NYDN]

10. The holdouts in NYC’s changing neighborhoods
[NYT]

11. “Men at Work” WTC mural
[DNAinfo]

12. Williamsburg Latino residents resist gentrification
[NYDN]

13. Alewife beer bar coming to LIC
[Grubstreet]

14.The story behind Brownstoner
[ABC Home]

15. Burger club to open in Astoria
[Grubstreet]

16. Iconic old Sunnyside pool hall to become 99-cent store
[Sunnyside Post]

17. Atlantic Yards work now extends 24 hours a day 
[Altantic Yards Watch ]

18. French architect Jean Nouvel does a sit-down interview by new Jane’s Carousel
[Curbed]

19. Prospect Heights condominiums doing well on market
[Brooklyn Eagle]

20. Piedmont selling Holtsville corporate HQ for $39 M
[GlobeSt]


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