The best NYC markets for multi-family investment, warship made from WTC steel sets sail … and more

March 27, 2012 08:00AM

1. Sculpture of full-size replica circa-1943 locomotive dangling from crane could come to third phase of the High Line [NYT]
2. Navy warship built with WTC steel embarks on first mission today [NYDN]
3. Christine Quinn says if Occupy Wall Street happened when she were younger, she’d have partaken [Post]
4. LA Boxing seeks old Blockbuster video stores for planned NYC expansion to 28 stores [Crain’s]
5. Westchester weighs plans to revive struggling Rye Playland, considers proposals that would do away with amusement park [NYT]
6. Greenpoint, Long Island City and Bushwick are best NYC markets for multi-family investments, Marcus & Millichap exec says [GlobeSt]
7. Atlantic City’s 12th casino, Revel, secures gambling license and is set to open April 2 [Post]
8. Breaking down Manhattan’s rat infestation problem [DNAinfo]
9. Peep World across the street from MSG closes, will become gastropub [JVNY]
10. Tenants of West Farms slum building in Bronx hope to convert once-dilapidated rental into their co-op [NYDN]
11. LES Doughnut Plan expands on Grand Street [Bowery Boogie]
12. Two days after purchasing SI home, woman suffers critical injuries from falling into hidden 12-foot water cistern [Post]
13. Douglaston restores street names from pre-numbered days [NYT]
14. Maspeth residents seek space to preserve dismantled pieces of St. Saviour’s Church [NYDN]
15. Russian real estate developer uses UES mansion she plans to flip for an art show [NYT]