Donald Trump, Jr. expecting fourth child, 80 Met sells out … and more

TRD New York /
May.May 03, 2012 05:00 PM

1. Donald Trump, Jr. and wife Vanessa expecting fourth child [NYDN]
2. 80 Met condo in Williamsburg now sold out [Brownstoner]
3. Despite recent court ruling against them, Tribeca tenants rally for rent stabilization [DNAinfo]
4. Dewey & LeBoeuf vice chairman, seven other partners leave for rival firm [WSJ]
5. Meanwhile, at Dewey, summer internships for law students are gone [NYT]
6. Financial institutions hesitant to inject capital into Dodd-Frank mortgage-lending space due to uncertainty [Housingwire]
7. Are the tallest buildings actually as tall as they are? [Curbed]
8. A look at Red Hook, Columbia Street Waterfront less-reported new developments [Brooklyn Based]
9. 35-square-foot building listed for $319,000 for all of your miniature needs [Curbed]
10. Q & A with Howard and Michael Lorber [Bravo]
11. BrickUnderground founder on when to inform your co-op board about your relationship issues [NYDN]
12. More details of the shuffleboard club that will open in Brooklyn next year [Gothamist]

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