Finale’s liquor license denied, ex-Bond broker who jumped in tiger den pleads guilty again … and more

March 12, 2013 05:00PM

1. Curtains for Finale? Community Board 3 rejects liquor license for EMM Group nightclub [Lo-Down]
2. Ex-Bond broker who jumped in tiger’s den re-enters guilty plea [NYDN]
3. Digging into history of the Printing House at 421 Hudson Street [WSJ]
4. East End architect Jay Lockett Sears pleads not guilty to child porn charges [Newsday]
5. Winick Realty’s Lori Shabtai on marketing “colon of Soho” [NYO]
6. And Columbia University hires Winick team to market retailat 2884 Broadway [NYO]
7. Jacardi will bring luxe kids’ wear to 911 Broadway [Crain’s]
8. Unearthed: scrapped plans for glassy tower on Eleventh Avenue [Curbed]
9. Hunter’s Point South is just the latest project in Long Island City [NYO]
10. And a LIC veteran chats about the area’s “one-dimensional” industrial past [NYO]
11. The congregation of Beth Hamedrash Hagadol suspends request to demolish 60 Norfolk Street synagogue [Lo-Down]
12. Bonobos tries a new retail concept: no sales, just displays [Gawker]
13. Hudson Jeans takes more space at 231 West 39th Street [Crain’s]
14. Tribeca’s transformation documented [Tribeca Citizen]