Brooklyn residents worried about prison, NY “Million Dollar Listing” premieres in March … and more

TRD New York /
Jan.January 09, 2012 05:00 PM

1. Brooklyn residents worry as House of Detention reopens next week after a decade [Brooklyn Paper]
2. “Million Dollar Listing New York” to premiere in March [BravoTV.com]
3. Classic UES neighborhoods hotter than trendier areas [DNAinfo]
4. Strand Theatre’s renovation gives it decidely modern flourishes [WSJ]
5. Platinum Properties had the best holiday party, reporter says [NYDN]
6. What to do when your neighbor is running their apartment as a hostel [NYO]
7. Architecture is the undergraduate school major with the highest unemployment rate after graduating [MediaBistro]
8. Marcus & Millichap acquires Sperry Van Ness office in White Plains [GlobeSt]
9. As trendy businesses spring up along 29th Street small businesses worry about paying the rent  [WSJ]
10. How top real estate photographers take such flattering photos [WSJ]
11. Long Island builder switches to assembling modular homes [Newsday]
12. Watchdog group asks feds to investigate Rep. Gregory Meeks‘ sale of Far Rockaway home [Post]
13. Steak N’ Shake opens Thursday in Midtown, will offer free burgers for first 150 customers [Gothamist]
14. Fashion District residents want more parking, clash with commercial tenants [DNAinfo]


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