FDR Four Freedoms Park unveiled, Kushner’s NYO endorses Romney … and more

New York /
Oct.October 17, 2012 05:00 PM

1. FDR Four Freedoms Park on Roosevelt is unveiled [DNAinfo]
2. Man arrested in plot to blow up New York’s Federal Reserve Bank [NYT]
3. Survey of most expensive zip codes left out co-ops [NYO]
4. Meanwhile, what can $1M get you in America’s most expensive zip codes? [Forbes]
5. New statue at Ground Zero commemorates troops who led the Afghanistan invasion after 9/11 terror attacks [NYT]
6. Jared Kushner’s New York Observer endorses Mitt Romney [HuffPo]
7. GKV Architects completes 250,000sf 32BJ SEIU headquarters at 620 Sixth Avenue [Press Release]
8. Host Hotels & Resorts Inc. completes $75M renovation and transformation of the Westin New York Grand Central, formerly the New York Helmsley Hotel [Commercial Property Executive]
9. Critics point to lack of diversity in Seward Park task force [The Lo Down]
10. 125 East 130th Street to remain affordable for the next 40 years [NYO]
11. Avison Young’s New Jersey office gets new principal, vice presidents [Herald Online]
12. A search for Park Slope’s sister cities brings its first result: Notting Hill, London [FIPS]


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