East Villagers angry over St. Mark’s Place 7-Eleven, a legal look at an 82 percent rent increase … and more

New York /
Apr.April 13, 2012 08:00 AM

1. East Villagers say new 7-Eleven on St. Mark’s Place doesn’t fit in [NYDN]
2. Atlantic City resorts launch $20M marketing campaign to lure tourists from nearby cities [Crain’s]
3. Is an 82 percent rent increase legal? [NYT]
4. Cornell grabs former Bloomberg official to consult on its $2B Roosevelt Island campus [DNAinfo]
5. Explaining the uncharacteristic design of 135-year-old 327 West 76th Street [NYT]
6. Archaeologists will test to see if developer destroyed remains at sacred Quaker burial ground in Flushing [QChron]
7. Why this renter coveted a Manhattan apartment not renovated since the 1950s [NYT]
8. Young, innovative architect establishes firm from his Jackson Heights apartment [NYDN]
9. Examining the real estate scene in Hollis, the neighborhood Run-DMC made famous [NYT]
10. Starwood Hotels makes changes to its Americas division [Bloomberg]
11. Gyms in high-end condos make fitness contagious for wealthy New Yorkers [NYT]
12. To locals’ dismay, Sutton East Tennis Club quietly extends controversial lease with city [DNAinfo]
13. Inside an architect’s home in the Cast Iron Building [NYT]


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