Four-story rooftop extension planned for 151 East Houston Street Hotel, will the Bowery Bank of NY be landmarked? … and more

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May.May 14, 2012 05:00 PM

1. Ex-Senator Espada found guilty of embezzlement, money used to fund home improvement [NYT]
2. Landmarks Preservation Commission to meet tomorrow to discuss landmarking the Bowery Bank of New York [Bowery Boogie]
3. As Battery Park City evolves into a vibrant community thanks to Danny Meyer, residential demand grows [NY1]
4. Four-story rooftop extension planned for 151 East Houston Street hotel [Bowery Boogie]
5. Some developers find iPad apps to be effective sales tool [Crain’s]
6. Frank Gehry‘s first major project in Asia unveiled [NYT]
7. Despite city opposition to the plan, Chelsea residents will create pop-up park in unused Department of Sanitation lot [DNAinfo]
8. Experts debate: is now a good time for first-time homebuyers to make a purchase? [WSJ]
9. Former home to Winnie the Pooh creator and Rolling Stones rocker on market for £2M [Telegraph]
10. The challenges behind determining the tallest tower [WSJ]

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