Almost 2/3 of NYU faculty oppose expansion plan, debris falls from One57 scaffolding … and more

TRD New York /
Apr.April 20, 2012 05:00 PM

1. Almost two-thirds of NYU faculty oppose expansion plans, survey shows [NYO]
2. A total of 26 crimes were reported in Atlantic Terminal and Atlantic Center malls so far this year [Local]
3. Debris falls from One57 scaffolding, no injuries reported [DNAinfo]
4. Amid opposition from neighbors, Manhattan club owner alters plans for proposed Williamsburg nightclub to turn space into eatery [Brooklyn Paper]
5. Group of Bronx students build small, functional model home [DNAinfo]
6. Dewey & LeBoeuf memo released today responds to reports on law firm’s demise [WSJ]
7. Laser maze, other new games set to open on Coney Island boardwalk this summer [NYDN]
8. 10-year-old N.J.development project stalls amid financial problems and lawsuits [WSJ]
9. Resident caretakers live in city-owned historic homes for free, say they appreciate connection to earlier era [NYT]
10. Queens community board holds hearing to discuss proposal of opening new K-8 school in Ridgewood [Queens Courier]
11. East River Plaza parking still an empty lot, study shows [Streetsblog]
12. Editorial: why optimism for housing outlook isn’t justified [Business Insider]
13. Are urban areas actually making a comeback? [NJ Future]
14. Half-price clothing store opens in Park Slope [Here’s Park Slope]
15. Childrenswear maker gets bigger digs in Garment District [Crain’s]


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