Bloomberg does not object to casinos, City Council committee approves Fur District zoning change … and more

New York /
Sep.September 19, 2011 05:30 PM

1. Bloomberg has no objections to casinos in NYC
[Gothamist]

2. City Council committee approves zoning change in fur district
[DNAinfo]

3. Water main break floods Central Park West
[My Upper West]

4. Protesters occupy Wall Street demanding higher taxes on rich and more consequences for banks
[WNYC]

5. Fitch downgrades seven classes of JP Morgan CMBS
[GlobeSt]

6. Bruce Ratner seeking to help Sudanese teen slave
[Post]

7. Trouble for Eataly plans in D.C.
[Washington Post]

8. Last Borders store closes in NYC
[NYDN]

9. But Borders demise could help independent booksellers
[Atlantic]

10. New Cooper Square hotel owner Andrew Balasz could show up at
community board meeting tonight [EV Grieve]
11. Stuy Town becoming dumping ground
[Post]

12. New meat market opens in in place Essex Street Market
[The lodown]

13. Anne Hathaway’s Fifth Avenue apartment on market was refuge from breakup [NYMag]
14. Higher floors still have higher rents
[WSJ]

15. St. Mark’s bookshop to submit financial plan to Cooper Union
[DNAinfo]

16. NYT criticizes zoning changes in NJ town intended to deter mosque
[NYT]

17. Luxury rental building opens in Crown Heights
[Brooklyn Eagle]

18. New section of Brooklyn Bridge Park opens
[Brownstoner]

19. New York City day to night photographs
[Telegraph]


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