National Black Theatre keeps Harlem property despite distress, the Hamptons has a new biggest restaurateur … and more

April 23, 2012 08:00AM

1. With new Sag Harbor restaurant, David Loewenberg becomes Hamptons’ biggest restaurateur [Post]
2. Debt-holders who took over Harlem’s National Black Theatre will allow the art group to remain in the property [WSJ, 1st item]
3. Donald Trump puts name on new skyscraper in ex-Soviet Georgia [Post]
4. In run for assembly, Bronx real estate agent tries to become first Albanian-American elected official in borough [NYDN]
5. Walmart bribery case gives new ammunition to Quinn, Stringer and de Blasio against the chain’s NYC arrival [Post]
6. BID replacement in Jackson Heights improves its commercial corridor [Crain’s]
7. Queens activist seeks to unite Forest Hills-area neighborhoods with new civic group, but does the borough really need another one? [NYDN]
8. City uses obscure Sunday law to sanction Williamsburg brunch spots [Post]
9. New Yorkers should embrace taller buildings as they bring cheaper rents, columnist says [NYDN]
10. Asian population in Sunset Park East and Dyker Heights skyrockets [WSJ]
11. As foreclosure fears wane among New Yorkers, filings could double in the next year [Post]
12. What it’s like to live in Sea Cliff on LI’s North Shore [WSJ]
13. At 14.1 percent, Bronx’s unemployment rate is highest in 20 years [Post]