Jay-Z to open club in Barclays Center, Obamas visit WTC but praises residential progress … and more

June 15, 2012 08:00AM

1. Jay-Z will open 9,000-square-foot, 350-seat 40/40 Club in the Barclays Center [Post]
2. How the Mantena rental building has already lured tenants for 49 of its 97 units [NYDN]
3. Examining the limits of a doorman’s services [NYT]
4. Tavern on the Green’s vistor’s center will close next week as construction on the restaurant begins [Crain’s]
5. President Obama marvels at Lower Manhattan’s residential progress in visit to 1 WTC [Post]
6. Plus a review of Obama’s itinerary and photos from his visit [NYDN]
7. Preservationists rally against REBNY-led LPC opponent, Responsible Landmarks Coalition [NYO]
8. There’s a building boom at major U.S. airports, including the three NYC-area ones [NYT]
9. Fed gets repaid — with interest — for AIG, Bear Stearns bailout [Post]
10. East Village deli owner says other building tenants are “harassing” his business [Local EV]
11. Historic Maspeth church could be rebuilt at the Vander Ende-Onderdonk House in Ridgewood [TimesLedger]
12. Borrowers waiting for mortgage rates to drop even lower could be in for disappointment [NYT]
13. City says Upper Manhattan needs “urgent action” to help stave off rat infestation [NYDN]
14. Ponzi schemer Allen Stanford gets 110-year sentence [NYT]
15. Law360 takes sublet at 200 Park Avenue South [NYO]
16. In appreciation of the New York Hospital’s architecture [NYT]