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

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

3. Mortgage REITS heading to Europe

4. Lightly regulated lenders make riskiest mortgages

5. Schrager takes over Chicago hotel

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

10. The holdouts in NYC’s changing neighborhoods

11. “Men at Work” WTC mural

12. Williamsburg Latino residents resist gentrification

13. Alewife beer bar coming to LIC

14.The story behind Brownstoner
[ABC Home]

15. Burger club to open in Astoria

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

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

20. Piedmont selling Holtsville corporate HQ for $39 M

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