OWS protestors clash with police, is construction back on at Fort Greene townhouses where construction worker was killed? … and more

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Sep.September 17, 2012 05:00 PM

1. OWS protesters clash with police in Zuccotti Park at one-year anniversary demonstrations [NYO]
2. Discount retailer Syms emerges from Chapter 11 protection, will sell 16 Commercial Properties And Develop Former Trinity Place location [AP via Businessweek]
3. Significant drop in new apartment listings in Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan [Crain’s]
4. Despite stop work order issued after accident killed one worker, construction workers spotted at Carlton Mews townhouses in Fort Greene [Brownstoner]
5. Thanks to rising home prices, 1.3M home owners get out from underwater in first half of 2012 [Inman News]
6. Application submitted to adjoin 1552 Broadway and 165 West 46th Street [Curbed]
7. MTA Chairman Joe Lhota goes to war against Subway stations whose concrete ceilings have peeling paint [Capital New York]
8. Albany strip club aims to nab same tax exemptions as the New York City Ballet [NYO]
9. Jujamcyn Theaters President Jordan Roth marries partner Richie Jackson inside Al Hirschfeld Theater [NYT]
10. Park Slope’s Old First Reformed Church needs $700,000 in ceiling restoration funds [WSJ via Brownstoner]
11. City’s push to bolster the life science industry in NYC is slow to take hold, despite larger technology sector boom [City & State]
12. City discloses energy benchmarking results from over 2,000 commercial buildings as part of new law [GreenBiz]
13. Fresh & Co. to open sixth NYC eatery [NYO]

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