Developers unveil renderings for tallest tower in Brooklyn, amenities finally open in the Sheffield … and more

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Mar.March 22, 2012 08:00 AM

1. Developers unveil plans for tallest tower in Brooklyn [Brooklyn Paper]
2. Volunteers clean foreclosed Jamaica property, dump garbage in front of Citibank branch [NYDN]
3. Four years after planned, the Sheffield’s rooftop pool opens; building nears 80 percent-sold mark [WSJ]
4. U.S. mortgage insurance business is suddenly growing rapidly [Bloomberg]
5. Developers of East 14th Street lot file plans for eight-story condo with retail [Local EV]
6. Rent-regulated Jamaica residents allege super harasses them to force them out of apartment [NYDN]
7. How changed its business when Google began charging for its Maps infrastructure [Radar]
8. Comptroller John Liu releases audit slamming city for several public subsidy deals in the Bronx [NYDN]
9. Inside the 4,000-square-foot UES townhouse of Cosmo’s editor-in-chief [Post]
10. Home builder stocks reach highest level in more than two years [NYT]
11. City completes $6M purchase of Queens schoolyard to expand Jackson Heights park [NYDN]
12. Deadline for feedback to community groups from tech firms on their Brooklyn office needs is Friday [GlobeSt]
13. Like in Manhattan, tech companies seek office space in Boston that’s outside the central business district [WSJ]
14. Power publicist Simon Huck, who appears with the Kardashians on their show, shows off his Chelsea condo [Post]
15. JPMorgan, BofA slash senior mortgage trader jobs [Bloomberg]
16. At least a dozen candy stores have opened on the UWS in the last 18 months [DNAinfo]

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