The Real Deal New York

Toxic engine oil used to heat buildings, Cupid strikes at Love Lane Mews … and more

March 19, 2013 08:00AM

1. Toxic engine oil used to heat buildings, new lawsuit alleges [Crain’s]
2. Opponents of South Street Seaport redevelopment to hold rally today [Curbed, 2nd item]
3. Long Island College Hospital supporters expect the worst in Tuesday’s vote [NYDN]
4. Foreclosure processor Prommis files for bankruptcy [Bloomberg News]
5. A selection of the world’s most exciting homes on the market in April: PHOTOS [Architectural Digest]
6. Cupid strikes at Love Lane Mews in Brooklyn Heights [NYO]
7. Now renting: 176 MacDougal Street ground-floor space [Washington Square Park Blog]
8. Lower East Side in the 1940s: VIDEO [Atlantic]
9. East Village’s 310 East 9th Street has its own screening room [EV Grieve]
10. $12.5 million renovation of Montauk highway to begin after Labor Day [Patch]