Larry King returns to Brooklyn, Two Sutton Place nearly topped out … and more

TRD New York /
Mar.March 08, 2013 08:00 AM

1. Pennrose to be involved in Prospect Plaza affordable housing project []
2. Two Sutton Place close to topping out [Curbed, 1st item]
3. ‘This is Brooklyn?’ Child of the borough Larry King returns to a very different place [WSJ]
4. Bleecker Bob’s record store to shut its doors [Gothamist]
5. Greenpointers irked at sharing neighborhood with shelter for sex offenders [NYDN]
6. Fulton Street could have new residential building [Brownstoner]
7. A guide to designing opulence at 15 Central Park West: PHOTOS [Elegran]
8. In Queens, building goes from glass factory to arts venue [NYDN]
9. The little Bushwick house that could: Apartment on industrial block sells for $700,000 [Wycoff Heights]
10. Let’s get it right: An op-ed on the Seward Park Urban Renewal Area [Lo-Down]
11. $8,500 per month for a three-bedroom pad at 202 Eight Street in Gowanus [DNAinfo]
12. Clinton Hill residents want to shut down noisy club at the Chocolate Factory [DNAinfo]

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