City Council helps Armory Track Center repairs get moving with $1.2M for new running surface, comedians rally for 121st Street to be named after George Carlin … and more

July 19, 2013 05:00PM

1. City Council helps Armory Track Center repairs get moving with $1.2 million for new running surface [NYDN]
2. Comedians push to name 121st Street after George Carlin [WSJ]
3. Stonehenge’s 101 W 15, former Greenwich Village hospital reborn as rentals, gets renderings [Curbed]
4. Joe Lhota’s mayoral campaign stops off in the Hamptons [NYP]
5. Westbeth housing complex in West Village said to have at least 17 vacant units [The Villager]
6. NYT’s Michael Kimmelman optimistic about Madison Square Garden-Penn Station resolution [NYO]
7. The ball is in U.S. Tennis Association’s court over expansion of center [Capital New York]
8. Ponte Equities resumes development binge [Tribeca Citizen]
9. Taconic Investment Partners launches sales at the Sterling Mason [Press Release]
10. Mixed-use project could revitalize old factory area on Long Island [WSJ]
9. Detroit homes that cost less than $500 [Business Insider]