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

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
[NYT]

3. Foreclosures continue to be a problem
[CNN]

4. New Yorkers ignore new bridge names
[WSJ]

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

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

7. Donald Trump Jr. is a dirt rider
[Dirtrider]

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

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

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

11. What went wrong at One Madison Park
[NYT]

12. Newtown Creek clean-up could take 18 years
[NYDN]

13. Residents worried about lack of plan for Flushing building
[TimesLedger]

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

15. No landmarking for Gelmart site in College Point
[TimesLedger]

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

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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