The Real Deal New York

Residents of Long Island City tired of “living in a film set,” a look at renovated 40/40 Club … and more

January 16, 2012 05:00PM

1. Residents of Long Island City tired of “living in a film set” [Crain’s]
2. A look inside Jay-Z’s renovated 40/40 Club [Grubstreet]
3. Queens residents want own High Line, but less tourist-y [Treehugger]
4. Residents of Fordham, Bronx building return after carbon monoxide scare [NY1]
5. Major rezoning of Midtown East could be in the works [WSJ]
6. Habitat for Humanity starts work on affordable housing in Bed-Stuy to celebrate MLK’s birthday [NY1]
7. The six worst housing markets nationwide in 2012 [TheStreet]
8. Stringer says city’s sale of downtown office buildings would yield $190M, city plan shows price is closer to $125M [NYO]
9. Photographer recalls bomb accident at West 11th Street townhouse by radical group, the Weathermen [NYT]