Uniqlo expanding to Fort Greene and Staten Island, townhouse in Brooklyn Heights bought for $5M is asking $9M … and more

TRD New York /
Jul.July 11, 2013 05:00 PM

1. Uniqlo to open its first stores in Brooklyn and Staten Island by fall [Crain’s]
2. Brooklyn Heights townhouse bought for $5 million is asking $9 million [Curbed]
3. George Washington Bridge bus terminal renovations again delayed [DNAinfo]
4. New York-based Chinese developers buy Harlem sites for $6.6 million [NYO]
5. Yonkers school construction plan deemed too costly [WSJ]
6. Take a peek at 10 Madison Square West renderings [Curbed]
7. Reebok Fit Hub inks lease 4K sf lease on UWS [Press Release]
8. Touring the Empire State Building’s 103rd floor [WSJ]
9. Lightstone may lack permits to demolish Gowanus building on site [Pardon Me for Asking]
10. Five-story residential building coming to Fort Greene [BuzzBuzzHome]
11. Cuomo to sign bill that would facilitate Breezy Point rebuilding [NYDN]
12. Artist XAM’s street-art specialty is birdhouses [NYT]
13. Sarabeth’s owners on Upper West Side living [NYP]
14. White Eagle Hall among the new arts venues on the way in Jersey City [WSJ]
15. Locals checking out hotels without checking in [WSJ]

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