Aqueduct rakes in $15M in gambling money in 10 days, Bronx tenant gets $33K from landlord in rent charges … and more

TRD New York /
Nov.November 08, 2011 08:15 AM
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The Waldorf-Astoria train station (credit: Gothamist)

1. Through 10 days bettors place $15 million into electronic gambling machines at Aqueduct
[Post]

2. Bronx’s birthplace of hip-hop building sold to debt holder after foreclosure auction yields no bids
[Crain’s]

3. Bronx tenant gets $33,000 from landlord after rent overcharges
[NYDN]

4. Botox manufacturer to build new $12M research facility in New Jersey thanks to grants
[WSJ]

5. Chimney collapses at 528 East 13th Street
[ABC]

6. Notorious landlord forces out actor’s favorite Caffe Vivaldi in the Village by tripling rent [Vanishing NY]
7. Time Warner CEO widow Courtney Sale Ross re-lists 740 Park home for $60M
[Curbed]

8. 3 WTC construction worker falls 20 feet from scaffold
[DNAinfo]

9. A look at the secret train platform beneath Waldorf-Astoria
[Gothamist]

10. Longtime Montauk restaurant Salivar’s sells for $3.3M
[Patch]

11. New Bronx park named for Assembly member Estella Diggs
[NYDN]

12. Bend in West Village street grid allows 18-foot-wide home a 48-foot-wide backyard
[WSJ]

13. What to see in Roosevelt Island
[NYDN]


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