Jamestown buys out Sherwood at One Times Square, New York seeks $2B federal loan for Tappan Zee … and more

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Feb.February 15, 2012 08:00 AM

1. Jamestown buys out Sherwood Equities at One Times Square for $113M [Post, 2nd item]
2. New York wants a $2B federal loan to rebuild Tappan Zee Bridge [Bloomberg]
3. City seeks operators for seasonal ice rink in Williamsburg’s McCarren Park [Post]
4. Bloomberg, EDC defend Fresh Direct deal [NYT]
5. Massive fire at 21 East 2nd Street forces evacuation of nearby NYU dorm [Post]
6. Weak housing market, low interest rates and tighter regulations suppress outlook for U.S. banks [HousingWire]
7. Stonehenge closes on 364 West 18th Street for $65M, plans extensive renovation [Post, 5th item]
8. An 11,000-square-foot beer garden is coming to Bushwick [Gothamist]
9. How churches are coping with new city rule that prevents them from meeting in public schools [Gospel Coalition]
10. A look at the townhouses that comprise the Warren Place Mews in Cobble Hill [WSJ]
11. Cosmetics firm Borghese moves to full floor at 3 East 54th Street [Post, 3rd item]
12. Armonk’s only supermarket closes thanks to zoning dispute over parking lot [CBS NY]
13. French baker Eric Kaysar replaces Ajune at 1294 Third Avenue, with asking rent of $175 per foot [Post, 4th item]


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