The Real Deal New York

Landmarks axes proposed Apthorp penthouse design, feds examine NJ’s $25M post-Sandy spending … and more

January 15, 2014 05:06PM

1. Martin Burger formally took the helm of Silverstein Properties [Crain’s]
2. Feds examine NJ’s $25M in post-sandy spending [Crain’s]
3. LeFrak Center’s Bluestone Cafe opens in Prospect Park [ParkSlopePatch]
4. Officials, activists question legality of Bronx General Post Office sale … again [DNAinfo]
5. Landmarks Preservation Commission shuts down Apthorp penthouse design [DNAinfo]
6. Shuffleboard club slides into Gowanus [DNAinfo]
7. Clinton Hill’s 88th Police Precinct given landmark status [Brownstoner]
8. Jackson Heights Cinema shutters following rent dispute [DNAinfo] — Julie Strickland