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Riverside Center breaks ground on UWS, Obama proposes hurricane recovery legislation … and more

December 07, 2012 05:00PM

1. Riverside Center, the UWS’ largest development currently underway, breaks ground [West Side Rag]
2. The president is proposing a federal hurricane recovery bill [NYT]
3. Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer died at 104 on Wednesday [ArchPaper]
4. New Museum of Reclaimed Urban Space set to open Saturday, preserving history of squatters and other urban activists in the East Village [DNAinfo]
5. BATS Global Markets, a software developer, takes 7K feet at 17 State Street [NYO]
6. One couple renovated their Hudson Valley home for more than 20 years [WSJ]
7. Rockaway, Queens school flooded in Sandy now should be gutted due to mold, parents say [NYDN]
8. Footbridge to Brooklyn Bridge Park to open later this month [Brooklyn Paper]
9. Three Bayside, Queens homes — starting at $650K [NYDN]
10. Give gifts, Brooklyn style — Gifted, a flea market at the Williamsburg Savings Bank, continues this weekend [Brownstoner]