Despite resident wishes, Coney Island unlikely to get casino, Il Mulino expands to Midtown … and more

TRD New York /
Mar.March 20, 2012 08:00 AM

1. While Brooklyn residents want a Coney Island casino, officials say it’s unlikely [Brooklyn Paper]
2. Beloved West Village restaurant Il Mulino signs lease for 1,700 square feet at the Estate of Sol Goldman’s 37 East 60th Street [Post, 1st item]
3. How a top producing Studley agent rose from summer intern to executive managing director [REW]
4. City Council member, advocates to rally outside Bronx Housing Court today, demand landlords post a tenants’ bill of rights [NYDN]
5. Times Square district contributes directly or indirectly 10 percent of all city jobs and one-ninth of the city’s economic output [NYT]
6. As FreshDirect move raises profile of South Bronx, community board tries to scrub the area of gentlemen’s clubs [Crain’s]
7. DOB considers next steps for derelict Queens home and its unreachable owner [NYDN]
8. Producers of documentary on Domino Sugar factory housing project discuss the film [Brooklyn Paper]
9. SL Green brings 100 Park Avenue to full occupancy after inking 22,263-square-foot deal with Titan Outdoor [Post, 2nd item]
10. Brokers who visited Huguette Clark’s Manhattan apartments report on the state of the homes [NYT]
11. Queens super attempts to sell weapons to Hezbollah [NYDN]

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