Two Trees “thinking creatively” on Domino sugar development, beloved Queens pub on the block … and more

TRD New York /
Aug.August 10, 2012 05:00 PM

1. Two Trees embarks on planning process for Domino sugar factory [NYO]
2. Mayor Bloomberg reports fundraising challenges for 9/11 memorial over site control dispute [Post]
3. But that hasn’t stopped more than 4 million from visiting the memorial since its opening [DNAinfo]
4. Following yesterday’s coverage, foreclosure auction of Bed-Stuy’s Slave Theater gets canceled at last minute — rumors circulate that building owner has found potential purchaser [Brownstoner]
5. Donovan’s Pub in Woodside, Queens is for sale [WSJ]
6. The $32M Jane Street sale is the biggest transaction for the week ending Wednesday [NYT]
7. As a sidewalk cafe scene blossoms in Astoria, some residents complain [DNAinfo]
8. South Brooklyn Pizza files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection [Crain’s]
9. Actress Olivia Munn eyes unit at 136 Baxter, same unit that actor Jason Statham checked out [NYDN]
10. Adjmi & Andreoli to open Williamsburg office this fall [Crain’s]
11. Will the Kickstarter campaign to turn Broken Angel home into museum actually succeed? [ArtInfo]
12. Yayoi Kusama construction netting goes up at 345 West 14th Street [Curbed]


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