Sandy damage tops $50B, Greenpoint artists lose life’s work in storm … and more

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Nov.November 09, 2012 08:00 AM

1. Sandy damage tops $50B, Cuomo says [Capital New York]
2. Greenpoint artists abandon studios as storm destroys their life work, in many cases [DNAinfo]
3. As Skyfall opens — a look at James Bond’s pads through the years [Curbed]
4. Danish restaurant opens in Tribeca [NYO]
5. Mother knows best: when Mom suggests a real estate upgrade [NYT]
6. What options does Cuomo have in taking Con Ed and LIPA to task for Sandy failures? [Capital New York]
7. By the numbers: certain numerals are favored in addresses by different cultures … with sevens favored in Vegas [WSJ]
8. Restaurants in Dumbo still closed after Sandy [WSJ]
9. Newmark to lease retail at New School property on 14th and Fifth [REW]
10. 26-year old med school student opens ad hoc clinic in Red Hook [DNAinfo]
11. International buyers’ favorite spots to nab opulent ski lodging in the U.S. [WSJ]


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