Peninsula Hospital to close on Monday, hoisting defects found in collapsed crane … and more

TRD New York /
Apr.April 06, 2012 03:00 PM

1. DOH to close Peninsula Hospital this Monday [Crain’s]
2. Hoisting system defects found in crane that collapsed at 7 train site [NY1]
3. Federal judge approves $26B settlement in foreclosure processing abuse case [CNN]
4. Attorney Street residential development plan pitched to CB3 [Bowery Boogie]
5. Estee Lauder director buys 998 Fifth Avenue pad for $27.2M [NYO]
6. World’s tallest Holiday Inn to come to Lower Manhattan [HotelChatter]
7. Trevi Retail nabs East 13th Street property for $4.83M [Crain’s]
8. Related files zoning documents for new 33-story residential tower in Hudson Yards [Curbed]
9. City Council asks Burger King not to bring their food trucks to city streets [Gothamist]
10. Majority of Americans want Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to surrender role as guarantors of majority of U.S. mortgages, new poll shows [AOL]
11. Prices for timeshares fall to $1 [Smart Money]
12. Renderings revealed for Orchard Streets outdoor festivals [Lo-Down]
13. Anderson Cooper’s Midtown penthouse gets buyer [Curbed]
14. What the future holds for New York City architectural design [Broker Pulse]
15. Double meaning in the Mantena name for new rental building [Curbed]
16. Is this the end of the parsonage? [NYT]
17. Why a Brooklyn video game start-up chooses to have office space in New York [Metro Focus]

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