Infamous “Pepto Bismol” Park Slope townhouse on the market for $2.3 million, Bronx residents advocate for unrestricted parkland near reservoir … and more

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1. Infamous “Pepto Bismol” Park Slope townhouse on the market for $2.3 million [NYDN] 
2. Grand Central to establish new selection process for retailers [Crain’s]  
3. Waiting for old Yankee Stadium demolition, Heritage Field won’t be ready until 2011 [NYDN] 
4. Moneo-designed Columbia science building to open next fall above gymnasium [NYT] 
5. Builders, local officials continue to spar over Kingsbridge Armory project [NYDN]  
6. Hunt’s Point egg-shaped sewage plant plan shelved [NYDN] 
7. Simons Foundation is 160 Fifth Avenue’s first tenant [Crain’s]  
8. Obama’s foreclosure plan needs to adapt to a changing crisis [WSJ] 
9. Proposed Rockaways mini-golf course stirs up controversy [NYDN] 
10. Two Queens hospitals to be auctioned next week [Crain’s] 
11. Bronx residents advocate for unrestricted parkland near reservoir [NYDN] 
12. Boymelgreen facing eviction from Brooklyn HQ [Crain’s] 
13. With sales sliding, realtors look for alternative income [WSJ]

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