Parents want to incorporate Hudson Yards into school rezoning plan, Metlife could sell mortgage business … and more

TRD New York /
Oct.October 12, 2011 05:49 PM

1. Parents want Hudson Yards incorporated into school rezoning plan

2. MetLife could sell mortgage business

3. Eleven cities that are more expensive than New York

4. Women more likely than Tea Partiers to oppose new developments

5. One Occupy Wall Street protester occupied 161st Street [NYDN]
6. East River Greenway project already moving forward 

7. Former city budget director could be next MTA chair

8. Ohio Senator asks NASA to move shuttle out of New York after
Intrepid Museum changes building plans

9. Boxers bar to continue effort for Hell’s Kitchen location near schools

10. Groundbreaking for arts center to Take Place On Fulton Street [NYT]
11. Little Scandinavia almost completely disappeared from Sunset Park
[Brooklyn Ink]

12. The Hamptons is America’s Riviera?

13. Envisioning the Cooper Square Hotel as a Standard Hotel

14. Items from NYC’s demolished buildings up for auction this week

15. Real estate agent is one of most overrated careers

16. What $1 million can buy in country’s most expensive zip codes

17. Dr. Doom’s Roubini Global Economics for sale

18. Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor to close in 2013

19. rumormongering: Corcoran SVP Rick Hoffman out over complaints

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