T.G.I. Friday’s in Times Square to close this August, could The Donald be Romney’s VP? … and more

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May.May 08, 2012 05:00 PM

1. T.G.I. Friday’s in Times Square slated to close year after building sells, eatery looks for new neighborhood location [Crain’s]
2. Could The Donald be a contender for Mitt Romney as vice president? [ABC]
3. LPC and Law Department collect record $225,000 for illegal installation of wall sign in historic district [NYT]
4. Lawyer representing family of boy crushed by parking gate at Mo Vaughn-owned apartment complex vows to sue security company over death [Post]
5. Liquor company Pernod Ricard to lease 82,000-plus square feet at 250 Park Avenue [Crain’s]
6. Plans scrapped for new Windows on the World eatery atop WTC [ABC]
7. Even after foreclosure, Brooklyn man remains convinced that he will not be evicted from his Broken Angel home [The Local]
8. UES mansion with “award-winning” pool sees price chop to $21M from $27M [Curbed]
9. Why buyers and sellers shouldn’t believe everything in the press, according to Warburg’s president [Warburg Blog]
10. Poll: is reduced parking at the Barclays Center good or bad? [Patch]


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