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Judge sides with Queens landlord who used surveillance on tenant, NYCHA among worst at responding to FOIA requests … and more

April 24, 2013 08:00AM

1. Judge rules in favor of Queens landlord who used surveillance to monitor tenant [NYO]
2. John McCain’s former Arizona home back on market asking $2.9 million [Zillow]
3. NYCHA among worst agencies at responding to Freedom of Information Act requests [NYDN]
4. Brookfield Place opts for a “day in the life” promo video, calls guy Ethan [Curbed, 1st item]
5. Bedford-Stuyvesant building at 376 Throop Avenue will be food pantry [Brownstoner]
6. Photographer stitches together streets of London and New York [Curbed]
7. Kingsbridge Armory ice rink will result in fewer jobs than competing proposal: OPINION [NYDN]
8. City’s homeless problem deepens [NYO]
9. Norwegian architect Ole Sondresen’s plans for Kickstarter’s new HQ: VIDEO [Curbed]