DOB may revoke permits for mixed-use College Point development, just a few weeks remain for Coney Island businesses … and more

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Oct.October 14, 2011 07:54 AM
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1940s Coney Island Boardwalk

1. DOB may revoke license of a College Point development site
[Queens Chronicle]

2. Department of State gives $1.5M to Willets Point development group being investigated by Cuomo
[WSJ]

3. 2011 refinancing volume more than doubles MBA’s January prediction
[Bloomberg]

4. Commercial investors covet buildings occupied by a single tenant
[WSJ]

5. Bronx landlord cashed dead tenant’s pension checks
[Post]

6. Inside Esquire’s makeover of the Dumbo clocktower
[NYDN]

7. Jean-Georges Vongerichten buys old Staten Island Ferry to turn it into floating restaurant
[Post]

8. In just a few weeks, many Coney Island business will close for good
[WSJ]

9. Rocker offers up tiny kitchen in Rivington Street apartment for vegetarian protestors to cook meals [Post]
10. Queens is best borough to raise a family
[NYDN]

11. Queens holds naming competition for new Long Island City public park
[NYT]

12. The details of this weekend’s Open House NY event
[NYDN]

13. Earlier this year, passers by got a peak of the audaciously built High School of Graphic Communication Arts in Hell’s Kitchen
[NYT]

14. Loews Hotels seeks new CEO after Jonathan Tisch steps down
[Bloomberg]

15. Montauk approves construction of stone structure to rebuff erosion [East Hampton Star]



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