Wyndham Hotel to open on Bowery this summer, Alec Baldwin seeks unusual addition to Hamptons estate … and more

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Jun.June 07, 2012 05:00 PM

1. Brownstone in Park Slope in danger of collapsing forces evacuation of tenants earlier this afternoon [DNAinfo]
2. Wyndham Hotels’ new 106-room location to open at 93 Bowery this summer [The Lo Down]
3. Ronkonkoma LIRR depot takes step forward on $350M mixed-use project [Newsday]
4. Consumer confidence hits a plateau, says new Fanny survey, making home buyers and sellers take a wait-and-see approach [WSJ]
5. Are the Brooklyn Hospital‘s new blue signs a way to welcome the Barclays Center to the neighborhood? [DNAinfo]
6. Actor Alec Baldwin could become the first East Hampton resident to have a wind turbine [27 East]
7. Carpet maker Fort Street Studios takes 8,100 square feet at 22 West 19th Street [NYO]
8. 544 Union Avenue has not risen above its plywood fence [Brownstoner]
9. How his first look at the Manhattan skyline sparked CBRE Vice President Michael Moskovich‘s desire to work in real estate [REW]
10. “Saints of the Lower East Side” art installation pops up on an East 4th Street scaffolding [The Lo Down]


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