Rockaway Beach gets first boutique hotel, Bronx councilman says Trump golf development spewing toxins … and more

September 26, 2012 05:00PM

1. Rockaway Beach gets first boutique hotel courtesy of Cayuga Capital [Curbed]
2. Bronx Councilman demands investigation into surging methane next to Trump golf course development [NYDN]
3. Appraisers: Deutsche Bank site once-slated to become 5 World Trade will likely be redeveloped as a condo-hotel [REW]
4. The city will open at least five new homeless shelters by the end of this year, responding to a surge in homelessness [WSJ]
5. Studley reps law firm Robinson & Cole in deal to lease 20th floor of Chrysler building [REW]
6. Sunset Park manufacutring spaces revamped for tenants of today [NYT]
7. New eatery Skytown premieres in Bushwick [Brownstoner]
8. Chelsea restauranteur signs lease for Ninth Ave Italian restaurant [Crain’s]
9. Ark hotel designed to survive end of days [Daily Mail]
10. Tom’s diner opens on Coney Island [Brownstoner]
11. ‘Marilyn Monroe’ towers define Mississauga, Canada skyline [CNN]
12. Industry execs to play at Real Estate Rockers in Relief concert next month in New York City  [REW]
13. Fort Greene is Brooklyn’s ‘most livable’ neighborhood, per local mag’s survey [L Magazine]
14. Hunts Point Terminal Produce Market staying in Hunts Point, for now [Crain’s]
15. Long-stalled residential tower in Downtown Brooklyn renews permits  … with Gene Kaufman replacing Ismael Leyva as architect [Curbed]