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

Oct.October 14, 2011 07:54 AM
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

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

4. Commercial investors covet buildings occupied by a single tenant

5. Bronx landlord cashed dead tenant’s pension checks

6. Inside Esquire’s makeover of the Dumbo clocktower

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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