TF Cornerstone’s LIC apartment project had to accommodate Pepsi-Cola sign, cash-starved library for the blind to sell Gramercy digs … and more

July 11, 2013 08:00AM

1. TF Cornerstone’s Long Island City apartment project had to accommodate Pepsi-Cola sign [NYT]
2. Cash-strapped library for the blind to sell its Gramercy digs for $9 million [DNAinfo]
3. N.J. court blocks Gov. Chris Christie’s efforts to build affordable housing agency [WSJ]
4. Old, white and male: Checking in on U.S. architects [Business Insider]
5. Residents told to stay off “unsafe” balconies at Park Slope’s 500 Fourth Avenue [DNAinfo]
6. Former Cleveland Browns owner Randy Lerner takes a loss on West Village co-op [NYO]
7. Average listing price in Prospect Heights now just shy of $1 million [Real Estate Weekly]
8. Clinton Hill’s only tattoo shop moves to East Williamsburg [DNAinfo]
9. East 18th Street building sells for $9 million, over eight times its 2006 price [Ditmas Park Corner]
10. East Village resident who was evicted uses experience to create one-woman play [EV Grieve]