Paramount Hotel in Times Square reopens, “green” latrine for Prospect Park … and more

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Mar.March 19, 2013 05:00 PM

1. Paramount Hotel in Times Square reopens [WSJ]
2. Lower Manhattan community board chair testifies before Council on budget cuts [Broadsheet Daily]
3. “Green” latrine planned for Prospect Park in Brooklyn [NYDN]
4. Community board seeks landmark status for New York Public Library’s Rose Reading Room [NYT]
5. Construction update on Karl Fischer-designed 427 East 12th Street: PHOTOS [EV Grieve]
6. Baker’s dozen: Pip’s Place to add second Manhattan location on East 39th Street [Crain’s]
7. Mortgage interest deduction proposal creates further homeowner uncertainty [Housing Wire]
8. Brooklyn Brewery creates stop-motion promo for new tour: VIDEO [FiPS]
9. Brooklyn’s beer halls put strict curfews on the baby-friendly set [DNAinfo]
10. Some hotels doing away with check-in desk [NYT]
11. Alchemy Properties’ condominiums atop Woolworth Building will be “respectful” of structure [NYO]
12. Gramercy Capital Corp. exits commercial real estate finance game [GlobeSt]
13. Pace University transforms Lower Manhattan landscape [NYO]


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