Ratner said to mull Nassau Coliseum bid, a UWS mansion for a discounted $19.9M … and more

TRD New York /
Mar.March 13, 2013 05:00 PM

1. Bruce Ratner said to mull bidding on Nassau Coliseum, former home of New York Islanders [NYP]
2. Now available: castle on the Upper West Side at $10.1 million discount [Curbed]
3. Retirees choosing to live in intergenerational communities [NYT]
4. Williamsburg record store veteran Sound Fix will close next month [Brooklyn Paper]
5. A Downtown Brooklyn resident is pushing for elementary school to open in the ‘hood [Brownstoner]
6. Lower Eastside BID is seeking artists to adorn the SPURA barricades [Bowery Boogie]
7. The rich are just like us: a roundup of mega mansions in foreclosure [Forbes]
8. Economist Sam Chandan looks at multi-family market without Fannie and Freddie [NYO]
9. Historic 54 Macdougal Street, site of “Men in Black” scene, set to be demolished [Untapped Cities]
10. Rock critic Marc Spitz tells story of LES of his youth — and he’s only 42 [Village Voice]
11. Trepp and ICSC will team up to provide shopping center data [GlobeSt]

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