A look inside the city’s priciest home office, a list of new eateries set to debut in the Hamptons this summer … and more

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May.May 22, 2012 05:00 PM

1. Retailers wait for more WTC retail info before committing to Brookfield’s WFC [Observer]
2. A look at the 14 new high-profile eateries coming to the Hamptons this summer [Curbed]
3. New York Botanical Garden and the Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum in Bronx together score over $400,000 in preservation funding [DNAinfo]
4. Meanwhile in Brooklyn, the Brooklyn Public Library and Congregation Beth Elohim win funding contest [Curbed]
5. Repairs to the landmarked Pier A in Lower Manhattan slated to be complete by end of year [DNAinfo]
6. Brad Hutensky of Hutensky Capital Partners assumes role of ICSC chairman [Observer]
7. Bronx mother bakes to stave off foreclosure [DNAinfo]
8. No separation of church and state when schools get crowded [WNYC via NYT]
9. State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver urges DOE to open Seward Park rec field to non-students [The Lo Down]
10. East 14th Street IHOP to take care of bacon smell that has neighbors complaining [Local East Village]
11. A look around the city’s most expensive office property [Curbed]


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