Cornell to bring additional schools to Roosevelt Island campus, The Donald accepts credit for Romney win … and more

New York /
Feb.February 06, 2012 05:00 PM

1. Cornell plans to add one European, possibly two Asian universities to its Roosevelt Island campus [NYO]
2. Donald Trump “will accept credit” for Romney’s Nevada win [Village Voice]
3. Is Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz’s apartment at 20 Greene back on the market? [Curbed]
4. U.S. government, banks insist a mortgage deal is near [WSJ]
5. Architecture firm Bjarke Ingels Group plans Times Square heart in lights for Valentine’s Day [IBTimes]
6. World’s tiniest pop-up to open in Tribeca [Racked]
7. Stalled construction and mortgage woes conspire to raise office, residential rents nationwide in coming years [MSNBC]
8. Numerous developers eyeing Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum [WSJ]
9. Zillow and Trulia tapped huge real estate industry ad budget [Xconomy]
10. New venue 54 Below to open in space below where Studio 54 operated [Gothamist]
11. “Graffiti-free” building proves quite tempting to graffiti artists, fails [EVGrieve]
12. Freddie Mac head fires back over firm’s investment in mortgage derviatives that may have created a cofnlict of interest [WSJ]
13. Should Kips Bay be renamed NoEVil [North of East Village]? [Gothamist]
14. Health department shuts down Houston Street club Open House [DNAinfo]
15. Owner of Brooklyn Heights Cinema on the theatre’s future [BrooklynInk]
16. Sarkozy’s brother’s UES apartment sells for $8.4M [NYO]
17. Car crash shatters scaffolding at Downtown Brooklyn condo [Brooklyn Paper]
18. Renderings for Sunset Park’s Bush Terminal Pier Park unveiled [Brownstoner]


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