Hamptons homes become increasingly budget-friendly, interviews with businesses surrounding Barclays Center … and more

TRD New York /
Sep.September 14, 2012 05:00 PM

1. Portland, Ore.-based hipster haircutter opens a location in NYC’s Ace Hotel [Hotel Chatter]
2. The East End is suddenly becoming affordable, and $500,000 is no longer an unreasonably small budget [NYT]
3. Nearly two dozen businesses around the Barclays Center discuss expectations two weeks from opening [Business Insider]
4. Trulia COO teaches the White House how to use government data [Trulia]
5. Little Italy’s Feast of San Gennaro festival kicked off yesterday: here’s what you should be eating there [SENY]
6. The 10 most expensive homes on the market in the Hamptons [Curbed]
7. Lord & Taylor flagship gets $250M refinancing [GlobeSt]
8. Everything a seller must know — including details on dual agency — before picking a broker [NYT]
9. Mo Vaughn’s Omni New York partners with Disney to build a new children’s playground in the Belmont section of the Bronx [NYDN]
10. The best U.S. homes overlooking golf courses [NBC News]
11. Inside the high-ceilings and open layouts of the new office space at Downtown Brooklyn’s City Point development [Brownstoner]

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