More details on One Lincoln suicide, Coney restaurant owner vows to take building when evicted … and more

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Feb.February 03, 2012 05:00 PM

1. More details on One Lincoln Plaza’s pet policy, and its possible contributions to dog owner’s suicide [Habitat Mag]
2. Owner of Steve’s Grill House on Coney Island boardwalk vows to take whole building with him when he leaves [NY1]
3. Trump says Romney can beat Obama [Fox News]
4. A peek inside Brook Shields’ West Village home [Arch Digest]
5. Courtney Love moves out of West 10th Street townhouse she allegedly set on fire [NYDN]
6. New book Paris vs. New York explores graphic design in both cities [Gothamist]
7. Dow closes at highest point since Lehman [USA Today]
8. REBNY prez on why Brooklyn’s new skyscraper district is a bad idea [Brooklyn Daily]
9. Eastern Consolidated Q4 report: city is in a holding pattern [Citybizlist]
10. Tasteful townhouses rise in Norwalk, Conn. [NYT]
11. L.I. home shoppers often surprised what they can afford [NYT]
12. Views from the top of 1 World Trade [IBTimes]
13. Rossrock head paid 102 percent of his taxable income despite the fact that he could carry the interest [NYT]
14. Medical tenants increasingly large users of New York City commercial space [Crain’s]
15. Newt Gingrich says “elites” ride the subways in Manhattan [NY Mag]


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