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

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

1. Parents want Hudson Yards incorporated into school rezoning plan
[DNAinfo]

2. MetLife could sell mortgage business
[Bloomberg]

3. Eleven cities that are more expensive than New York
[Ecosalon]

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

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

7. Former city budget director could be next MTA chair
[NYDN]

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

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

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?
[Uniquehomes]

13. Envisioning the Cooper Square Hotel as a Standard Hotel
[Hotelchatter]

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

15. Real estate agent is one of most overrated careers
[AOL]

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

17. Dr. Doom’s Roubini Global Economics for sale
[CNBC]

18. Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor to close in 2013
[27East]

19. rumormongering: Corcoran SVP Rick Hoffman out over complaints
[Curbed]


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