UWS residents say Fashion Week is illegal, city approves tax deal for Fresh Direct … and more

New York /
Feb.February 14, 2012 05:00 PM

1. UWS residents say Fashion Week is illegal use of public park space [Crain’s]
2. City approves tax deal for Fresh Direct move to Harlem River Yards [Crain’s]
3. Ruptured water main floods intersection of Delancey and Bowery [DNAinfo]
4. Barry LePatner warns developers they better get building [NYO]
5. Numerous Southampton residents in support of zoning variance to allow grocery store [Patch]
6. Many apartments built under Bloomberg’s affordable housing push have serious construction flaws [ABC]
7. Chairman of Federal Reserve calls for “normal lending” [Realtor Mag]
8. Will real estate industry ever embrace “co-working” trend? [Inman]
9. Biggest hurdle for mortgage settlement is enforcement [MSN]
10. Bike paths for Van Cortland Park’s Putnam Trail? [Arch Paper]
11. Turner Construction head talks about a promising spurt in construction spending [NYO]
12. Doggy day care opens in Hell’s Kitchen, auguring influx of luxury residential housing [Crain’s]
13. NYC mom-and-pop toy stores urge consumers to “shop local” [Post]
14. Obama’s proposed 2013 budget cuts funding to needed housing programs, critics say
[City Limits]


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