Rose Associates launches dog concierge service, LI and NYC among top five construction job losers … and more

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Jun.June 29, 2012 08:00 AM

1. The history of the recently landmarked Martha Washington Hotel on East 30th Street [NYT]
2. NYC, LI rank third and fifth in number of construction jobs lost in the last year [Newsday]
3. Rose Associates rolls out dog concierge service for its buildings called Spot [NYDN]
4. Chefs’ Warehouse makes first major Hunts Points food terminal expansion in three years [NYT]
5. Donald Trump says healthcare decision will shut down businesses, be a big boost to Romney’s campaign [CNBC]
6. Meanwhile, Trump’s old mistress comes out with tapes showing his regret for leaving Ivana [Post]
7. No standard rule for whether the landlord or tenant is responsible for bed bugs [NYT]
8. A look back at Coney Island’s Cyclone roller coaster as it turns 85 this summer [AP]
9. Artist takes eight months worth of special access footage of the Seagram Building [ArchPaper]
10. What the McCarren Pool opening means for Williamsburg’s changing neighborhood [NYT]
11. Astoria’s Santorini parlays large units into finding buyers for all but 10 of its units [NYDN]
12. 1950s EV church and school close, but what will become of building? [EVGrieve]
13. Inside the Ekonomakis’ controversial East Village mansion [Villager]
14. Huge quantity of refinance applications mean lenders need to find way to streamline process [NYT]
15. Inside DreamWorks exec Jeff Katzenberg‘s $10M Utah mansion [WSJ]
16. 400,000-square-foot Chelsea Piers Connecticut will open in Stamford July 9 [Stamford Advocate]
17. What to look for in the lengthy co-op financial statement [NYT]
18. Mott Haven Library gets piazza for art show series [NYDN]
19. East River Esplanade needs $15M to keep from crumbling into water [DNAinfo]
20. Following a Queens man’s hunt for a co-op for his mother and sister [NYT]
21. Brooklyn Supreme Court saves Williamsburg Charter High School from city induced closure [NYDN]
22. What it’s like living in Dongan Hills, S.I. [NYT]


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