What went wrong at One Madison Park, Ashkenazy Acquisition closes lease deal for Boston’s Faneuil Hall … and more

TRD New York /
Oct.October 13, 2011 05:30 PM

1. Ashkenazy Acquisition closes lease acquisition of Boston’s
Faneuil Hall Marketplace
[Boston Globe]

2. Bloomberg visits Zuccotti Park, while protesters consider
preemptive cleaning ahead of tomorrow morning’s eviction for sanitation

3. Foreclosures continue to be a problem

4. New Yorkers ignore new bridge names

5. “Jersey Shore” is bad for N.J., residents say in poll

6. Big Builder magazine shuts down, victim of housing crash

7. Donald Trump Jr. is a dirt rider

8. What’s the best fake New York City?

9. National Arts Club says former President Aldon James disrupted eviction meeting

10. Most New Yorkers give high marks to life in the city, according to poll

11. What went wrong at One Madison Park

12. Newtown Creek clean-up could take 18 years

13. Residents worried about lack of plan for Flushing building

14. Wind farm could be built off Rockaways
[Queens Chronicle]

15. No landmarking for Gelmart site in College Point

16. Romanian experts restoring unusual Brooklyn Heights co-op facade [Brooklyn Eagle]
17. City plan for Maspeth church stalls

18. Residents worried about auction of Waverly Houses in Fort Greene
[The Local]

19. Queens Chamber of Commerce calls for convention center in the borough
[Queens Gazette]

20. Fire closes popular Bay Ridge restaurant Casa Calamari for
at least a month
[Brooklyn Eagle]

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