Queens residents clash over LIRR track use, a look inside Gov. Cuomo’s Westchester home … and more

June 20, 2012 05:00PM

1. Ad exec Madonna Badger accuses Stamford police of misconduct for razing the remains of her burned-down home [Post]
2. NJ mall removes construction sign that was subject of Women’s advocates’ petition [NYDN]
3. The most active purchaser of Manhattan properties last year spent a total of $1.05 million [Curbed]
4. A bank is set to rise on a long-vacant lot in Boerum Hill [DNAinfo]
5. Despite economic downturn, Manhattan rents keep climbing [WSJ]
6. Take a look inside the Westchester home that Gov. Andrew Cuomo shares with his girlfriend and daughters [Elle Decor via Curbed]
7. Queens residents clash over whether to restore service on LIRR tracks or convert them into High Line [DNAinfo]
8. Con Edison reduces voltage throughout Brooklyn to prevent power outages in response to current heatwave [The Local]
9. Sag Harbor residents with legs statue sue town Zoning Board of Appeals over their claim that art should not fall under town jurisdiction [Curbed]
10. A review of Lincoln Center’s new addition [Architect’s Newspaper]
11. Confirmed: a French restaurant will occupy the Chinatown Brasserie space [Eater]