Rep. Grimm’s office burglarized, Quinn defends HPD transparency bill … and more

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Sep.September 24, 2012 08:00 AM

1. Staten Island rep Michael Grimm’s office burglarized [NYMag]
2. Port Authority to spend $32M on pet facilities at JFK airport [Post]
3. Chinese skyscrapers will outnumber America’s by 2017 [Forbes]
4. Inside literary legend Lewis Lapham‘s office [Post]
5. Christine Quinn defends HPD Transparency bill that requires city housing developers to disclose all wages paid [Post]
6. Cracked tree limb forces closure of section of Tompkins Square Park [EV Grieve]
7. Popularity of tiny, portable homes on the rise [Daily Mail]
8. Jonathan Miller talks with Fusion IQ CEO Barry Ritholtz [Miller Samuel]
9. Brooklyn’s newly-elected Frank Seddio won’t differ greatly from ousted former boss, Vito Lopez, Post says [Post]
10. Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott sell Malibu property [LAT]
11. Inside Aspen mansion where Edwards’ mistress Rielle Hunter hid out during his campaign  [Daily Mail]
12. Five Connecticut River hydroelectric projects up for federal relicensing [Post]
13. Four new bakeries open in NYC [NYDN]
14. Bayside, Queens hospital opens new wing [Crain’s]
15. New LES juice bar offers option to add booze [NYDN]


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