The Real Deal New York

Genting lays out Aqueduct demands, SI’s Grimm under investigation for embezzlement … and more

January 30, 2012 05:00PM

1. Genting wants a bigger piece of the pie, guarantees against competition [Crain’s]
2. A second Stop & Shop for Staten Island [SILive.com]
3. Meanwhile, Staten Island Rep. Grimm under investigation for embezzling funds [NYT]
4. Number of NY state homeowners under severe distress remains high [Crain’s]
5. $19M sale at Trump’s International Tower [NYO]
6. Private non-residential construction expected to see uptick in 2012 [Crain’s]
7. Brooklyn Heights most expensive sale ever — at $11M [Curbed
8. Design for AIDS Memorial Park on St. Vincent’s site announced [NYO]
9. One World Trade cost has ballooned to $3.8 billion [WSJ]
10. Rock and roll-themed playspace opens in Williamsburg [NY1]
11. Brooklyn Navy Yard redevelopment design honors area’s past [Arch Paper]
12. Freddie Mac invested in complex derivatives that bet on homeowners’ failures [Post]
13. New pilot program aims to expose public health costs of poorly maintained residential buildings [Gotham Gazette]
14. Williamsburg Occupy Wall Street party at 205 N. 8th Street ends in arrests [NYT]
15. Construction at Stuyvesant High School disturbs Battery Park City residents [Broadsheet Daily, 1st item]