Elevator repairman falls to death in Garment District, nine firms competing for Hudson Yards leases … and more

TRD New York /
Sep.September 23, 2011 05:23 PM

1. Elevator repairman falls to death in Garment District

2. Port Authority backs down in dispute with bond investor

3. Community center construction underway on East 9th Street
[EV Grieve]

4. Nine firms competing for Hudson Yards leases

5. Forest City Ratner considering modular design for Atlantic
Yards tower

6. City Council okays Thor Equities’ Bay Center retail complex
in Brooklyn

7. Office pre-built trend is continuing, Mark Varian, president
of John Gallin & Son, says

8. Historic Haymarket site goes on market for $42.75 million
[Kew Management]

9. Uniqlo to open pop-up Store On Sixth Avenue

10. New apartment building ratings site launches

11. Housing market in NJ towns is split in half

12. Mayor: ads on public housing would be restricted

13. Four-alarm fire in Gowanus auto repair shop sends smoke everywhere

14. Price for Bronx water treatment plant has risen to $3.4 billion

15. WTC’s legacy: government sponsorship of real estate
[The Nation]

16. Jennifer Lopez close to buying Water Mill home

17. High-profile guests at West 15th Street townhouse renovation

18. Designer Dad visits “The Good Wife” set and talks with set
designer about creating a Chicago home on the New York soundstage
[Designer Dad]

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