City OKs Madison Square Garden’s 15-year permit, West Village townhouse asks $10.8M … and more

TRD New York /
May.May 22, 2013 05:00 PM

1. City Planning approves 15-year permit compromise for Madison Square Garden [DNAinfo]
2. Townhouse at 294 West 4th Street asks $10.8 million [Curbed]
3. Starwood Capital Group in talks to buy seven malls from Westfield Group for $1 billion [WSJ]
4. The Muppets take Queens to star in museum exhibit [NYP]
5. Cleanup workers try to restore Sandy-damaged Fort Tilden beach before summer starts [NYT]
6. City’s bike share program has global influences [NYT]
7. Measure of architects’ earnings sees lowest score since last July [Housing Wire]
8. New modular bathrooms at Coney Island not ready yet [Brooklyn Paper]
9. North Brooklyn Development Corporation, MDG Design and Construction tapped to build affordable housing in Williamsburg [Brownstoner]
10. Here’s where Wall Street superstars live in Southampton [Forbes]
11. 10 retail trends impacting the city — on a heat map [NYO]
12. Tower at Woodbury Common Premium Outlets in Central Valley, N.Y. to be torn down [NYT]
13. Trump Towers Rio strives to clean up Brazilian city’s image [WSJ]


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