‘Hopefully, it will hold,” Extell’s Barnett says of One57 crane, Wall Street after Sandy … and more

TRD New York /
Oct.October 30, 2012 05:00 PM

1. No carousel is an island — except maybe this one, in Brooklyn Bridge Park, during the storm [Gothamist]
2. “Hopefully it will hold,” Extell chief Gary Barnett, said of the damaged crane, still dangling above the One57 construction site [Crain’s]
3. Wall Street, before and after Hurricane Sandy [Forbes]
4. Architects redesign New York — on paper, at least — to prevent the next flood [Curbed]
5. Former New Kid Donnie Wahlberg tweeted that his apartment was flooded by the storm [TMZ]
6. President Obama will tour New Jersey’s vast hurricane damage [Gothamist]
7. Industrial town of Harrison, N.J. looks to remake itself, thanks to a bevy of new development [NYT]
8. Trulia’s tips for listing rentals [Trulia Pro]
9. “Game of Thrones” star Lena Headley sells Hollywood Hills home for $1.3 million. [LA Times]
10. Giant (man-made) geode is actually a London home [Curbed]

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