CBGB could open in new space, Fannie Mae CEO to continue till successor named … and more

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Jan.January 25, 2012 05:00 PM

1. CBGB could open in a new space, and look very much like the original [Gothamist]
2. Fannie Mae CEO Michael Williams will continue until board names a successor [Twitter]
3. Huguette Clark’s best friend’s house sells for $1.9M [Observer]
4. Construction worker falls to death from scaffolding in Queens [Twitter]
5. New cafe will rise from ashes of previously empty space at 114th in Central Harlem [Harlem Bespoke]
6. “Lower Manhattan is a product of history; Midtown a product of transportation access,” New Yorker architecture critic says [NYO]
7. Former Park Slope Restaurant space to become bar [Here’s Park Slope]
8. While British pub to Open On Fifth Avenue in Park Slope [Brownstoner]
9. Center for American Progress suggests Rehab-to-Rent program as salve for the housing crisis [Co. Exist]
10. How to turn landfills into nature preserves [Grist]
11. EDC press liason joins Two Trees Management as director of special projects [Crain’s]
12. Spring Street Natural’s sister restaurant opens on UWS [West Side Rag]
13. Delancey Underground’s heads talk about their pet project, the proposed “Low Line” [Gotham]
14. Times sits down with Marisa Manley, president and founder of Commercial Tenant Real Estate Representation, which helps tenants find Manhattan commercial space [NYT]
15. Atlantic Yards would never have been built in Florida [Develop Don’t Destroy Brooklyn]


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