Businesses left homeless by flooding battle for temporary work spaces, polling stations moved in areas hit hardest by Sandy … and more

TRD New York /
Nov.November 06, 2012 08:00 AM

1. Businesses left homeless by Sandy battle for temporary work spaces [Crain’s]
2. Polling stations moved in areas hit hardest by Sandy [Businessweek]
3. Vacation like a czar in a former Russian palace turned Four Seasons Hotel [Architecture Digest]
4. Snookie and the rest of the Jersey Shore crew to host a telethon for Sandy relief [Gothamist]
5. With hotels on the cusp of a full recovery, travel managers brace for 2013 rates [NYT]
6. Sandy-type storms renders cost of artificial beaches in New Jersey prohibitively expensive [NYT]
7. Sellers may be slow to come back to the market: survey [LA Times]
8. InterContinental Hotels Group to open its New York Barclay hotel in Midtown to a wider group of buyers, CEO said [USA Today]
9. Tech firm Plusgrade expands in Midtown [NYO]
10. A look at the politics behind the Chelsea Market expansion [ArchiTakes]
11. Peek inside the many mansion of William Randolph Hearst [Curbed]

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