Foreclosures expected to rise in NYC, architecture critic Ada Louise Huxtable dies at 91 … and more

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Jan.January 08, 2013 05:00 PM

1. Foreclosures are expected to rise in these 20 cities; yup, New York is on the list [AOL]
2. Ceiling collapse in Murray Hill building used by Touro College injures three [DNAinfo]
3. Out-of-business restaurant sues Whitney Museum over construction noise [Gothamist]
4. Foreclosure abuse victims to get payout [CBS News]
5. Matt Damon’s new $15 million manse [LA Times]
6. Chelsea gets free WiFi [NYT]
7. At Katharine Hepburn’s former estate, granite posts are at the center of a legal battle [NYT]
8. Ada Louise Huxtable, who died Monday at age 91, “cared about public standards, social equity, the whole city,” the Times’ Michael Kimmelman writes [NYT]
9. Popular underground arts and music venue is revived [WSJ]
10. Murray Hill to get a new kosher steakhouse [NYO]
11. Vintage photos of Union Square — cable cars and all [Curbed]
12. The Mortgage Observer catches up with CBRE’s Keith Braddish and Mark Fisher [NYO]
13.  Brooklyn’s first Parkour gym lands in Bushwick [Brownstoner]
14. The best new hotels in Brooklyn [Business Insider]
15. Soulcycle founder buys $3.8 million UWS co-op [NYO]
16. Pics of Matt Lauer’s new Water Mill horse farm [Business Insider]


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