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Brooklyn medical centers to remain open despite layoffs, plans scrapped for LES 7-Eleven and Dunkin’ Donuts … and more

May 10, 2012 05:00PM

1. Despite layoffs, Brooklyn medical centers will remain open [Crain’s]
2. Plans scrapped for LES 7-Eleven and Dunkin’ Donuts [Bowery Boogie]
3. Construction worker suffers heart attack at West 35th Street site, listed in serious condition [DNAinfo]
4. Three Fed economists offer 12 facts that they say shape their view on why conventional wisdom of mortgage crisis is wrong [WSJ]
5. 100 Luquer Street developer relists rental units as entire building remains for sale [Brownstoner]
6. Some Flushing residents frustrated with foreign language signage, as they say legislation for bilingual business signs is slow to come [Queens Courier]
7. Extell’s Hyatt Times Square rises quickly [A Fine Blog]
8. City’s push to create affordable housing in Bronx gives way to debate on what affordable means [DNAinfo]
9. One Museum Mile penthouse sells for $3.1M, developers say it’s a sign of things to come for Harlem [NYDN]
10. Popular LES bar Max Fish to open Asbury Park outpost this weekend [Paper Mag]