Should NYC refuse federal aid for Sandy cleanup?, Alicia Keys flips switch at Empire State Building light show … and more

TRD New York /
Nov.November 27, 2012 08:00 AM

1. NYC doesn’t need federal aid for disaster relief, economist argues [Bloomberg]
2. Alicia Keys flips switch at Empire State Building light show [NYDN]
3. Insane renderings of the cities of the future [Curbed]
4. Parking in Hong Kong soars to nearly $400,000 a spot, as government seeks to reform housing [Bloomberg]
5. Mapping the best cities for builders [WSJ]
6. Spring Street home to failed Italian eatery Fiamma sells; new owners lease to restaurant’s former chef [NYP, 2nd item]
7. 25 Broad reaches third stage of leasing [Curbed]
8. Legendary pop-music studio at the Brill Building at 1619 Broadway opens to the virtual public [NYP, 4th item]
9.Real Housewives of Miami” star lists Miami mansion for $10.75 million [Curbed]
10. Dispelling the misinformation surrounding the 70 Pine Street conversion [NYP, 3rd item]
11. Some 800 residential buildings remain without heat post-Sandy [Crain’s]
12. Rockaway house used for Woody Allen film made it through Sandy [NYT]

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