Okla. Senator again moves to block funds for 9/11 Memorial, Knicks big man rents at the Rushmore … and more

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Feb.February 02, 2012 08:00 AM

1. Hotel Chelsea tenant’s attorney prepares to sue Chetrits over missing Arthur Weinstein art [NYDN, 4th item]
2. Check out how much energy each NYC block uses [Gothamist]
3. Knicks center Tyson Chandler rents 3,585-square-foot Rushmore unit for $32,500 per month [Post, 1st item]
4. More than a dozen firms make pitch to build and fund a new central terminal at LaGuardia [Crain’s]
5. Oklahoma Senator again tries to block $20M of funding for 9/11 Memorial [Post]
6. Officials find $1M of additional work is needed for Pier A revitalization [DNAinfo]
7. Markowitz pledges $1M towards Crown Heights armory revival [Post]
8. Sofia Coppola’s narrow, $9.85M Greenwich Village townhouse has a massive garden thanks to Morton Street’s curve [WSJ]
9. City Council agrees with landmarks subcommittee, designates Borough Hall Skyscraper District [Curbed]
10. South African developer Neill Bernstein auctions off his Westchester mansion [Post, 3rd item]
11. Greenpoint bar turns the tables, sues noisy neighbor [Brooklyn Paper]
12. Rent increases boost profits for AvalonBay and Equity Residential [Bloomberg]
13. Coxwould mansion on Lily Pond Lane in East Hampton enters contract for $24.5M [Post, 4th item]
14. Co-op City board member wrongfully got tax breaks by claiming upstate primary residence [NYDN]
15. These renovation projects can significantly boost resale price [Post]
16. A community lending library is coming to Cobble Hill in the form of a mini brownstone [Gothamist]


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