Manhattan CB7 votes to kick Fashion Week out of Lincoln Center, Port Authority nears deal to finish work on 9/11 memorial … and more

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Jun.June 06, 2012 05:00 PM

1. Support builds for “Low Line” in the LES [The Lo Down]
2. Manhattan CB7 votes to kick Fashion Week out of Lincoln Center [DNAinfo]
3. Blackstone‘s poised to seize control of $2.1B CalWest industrial portfolio [WSJ]
4. Deal nears on stalled 9/11 museum [AP via WashPo]
5. Second Avenue Restaurant Week aims to ease fallout from Second Avenue Subway construction [NYDN]
6. Nuclear reactor at Indian Point shuts down automatically due to generator problem [Post]
7. Mall of America builder provides $700M loan to get Meadowlands Xanadu project back on track [WSJ]
8. Mark Jaccom, formerly of Colliers International, joins CresaPartners [NYO]
9. Union representing Belmont Park workers reaches tentative agreement; Belmont Stakes will go on [NYDN]
10. A look inside Toll Brothers’ project, the Touraine [Curbed]
11. Graydon Carter’s Beatrice Inn still under construction, doesn’t have liquor license [NYO]
12. Dinosaurs and Dragons occupy lawn of SI mansion [DNAinfo]


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