Court sides with city on UES marine transfer station, middle-class NYC housing aimed at those making $200K … and more

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Jun.June 19, 2013 08:00 AM

1. Appeals court sides with city, says Upper East Side marine transfer station can move forward [DNAinfo]
2. Some middle-class NYC housing targeted at those earning almost $200,000 per year [NYO]
3. Steiner must hand over Brooklyn Navy Yard documents, judge says [Law360]
4. Governors Island’s seawall rehabilitation project kicks off [Governors Island Blog]
5. Councilmen ask Sadik-Khan to ignore Park Slope community board’s objections to Fourth Avenue overhaul [Capital New York]
6. Checking in on Douglaston’s Northside Piers project [Brownstoner]
7. U.S. landlords less likely to rent to gay couples, study shows [Atlantic Cities]
8. Hollywood bigwig Michael Ovitz to sell his lots on Malibu’s Broad Beach [Real Estalker]
9. Artists look to put the “H” in Harlem with giant illuminated sign [NYDN]
10. Staten Island eviction fracas leads to landlord’s arrest [SILive]
11. “Manhattan is over,” says critic, of New York’s art scene [NYO]
12. A tongue-in-cheek FAQ on Citi Bike usage [NYO]

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