Balazs take-over of Cooper Square hotel gets community board approval, city plans to open 50 new middle schools … and more

TRD New York /
Sep.September 20, 2011 05:37 PM

1. Community board gives Andre Balazs approval to take over Cooper Square Hotel
[DNAinfo]

2. Hurricane Irene clean-up to cost city $55 million
[NYDN]

3. City plans to open 50 new middle schools over next two years
[Schoolbook]

4. Housing crisis could drag down U.S. similar to how Greece is dragging
down Euro
[WSJ]

5. Zillow chief economist testifies on glut of foreclosures
[Zillow]

6. Community leaders demand JPMorgan Chase CEO visit outer
boroughs suffering from foreclosures
[NYO]

7. Residents are starting to move into 305 West 16th Street
[Curbed]

8. East Village IHOP now open
[EV Grieve]

9. More photos of Mayor Bloomberg’s home
[Atlantic]

10. Elaine’s memorabilia auction taking place today
[Eater]

11. DesigNYC presents second annual exhibition
[Architect’s Newspaper]

12. Historic LES hospital opens new wing
[WNYC]

13. Elevator drop in Paramount building injures office worker
[DNAinfo]

14. American folk art museum on verge of dissolution
[NYT]

15. Religious book publisher receives state subsidy to invest in
Sunset Park [Brooklyn Eagle]
16. Prospect Heights condo almost half-sold
[Brownstoner]

17. Construction worker killed by bus in Jamaica
[NYDN]


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