Brooklyn Nets hunt for new practice space, Belgian waffle food truck secures Ave. B space … and more

TRD New York /
Oct.October 08, 2012 05:45 PM

1. With ground soon to break at Hudson Yards, NY Mag asks can a developer manufacture a neighborhood? [NY Mag]
2. The Brooklyn Nets still on the hunt for new practice space — in Brooklyn or Manhattan — but have reportedly decided against Red Hook [NYO]
3. Meanwhile, United States Tennis Association is surprise opponent to proposed Major League Soccer stadium in Queens [NYT]
4. DashLocker, an “ATM-style laundromat,” expands on UES with second location [DNAinfo]
5. One person hospitalized in serious but stable condition following LES fire [The Lo Down]
6. Local ask Trinity Real Estate for additional park space in Hudson Square proposal [DNAinfo]
7. Talent manager Sandy Gallin flips Amagansett property [Curbed]
8. Elevate Restaurant & Lounge to be resident restaurant inside Wyndham Garden Hotel on the Bowery [Bowery Boogie]
9. 102 Prince Street apartment located above apartment in “Ghost” sells for $8.9M [Curbed]
10. Popular Belgian food truck Wafels & Dinges secures Avenue B location [Local East Village]


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