Developer Daniel Brodsky named chairman of the Met, Coney boardwalk only getting partially paved … and more

1. Developer Daniel Brodsky named chairman of the Met [NYT]

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2. Coney boardwalk only getting partially paved thanks to public outcry [Post]
3. Controversial Sheepshead Bay mosque gets the go-ahead from state judge [Brooklyn Paper]
4. Getting to know the new developers of the former Xanadu: the Ghermezian brothers [NYT]
5. Will Smith renting $25,000-a-month Bond Street pad, $9,000-a-week trailer while filming “Men in Black III” [Post]
6. Worker falls down elevator shaft at under-construction NYU building in Greenwich Village [DNAinfo]
7. Proving the Wall Street Journal’s Tribeca bounce-back story with data [UrbanDigs]
8. Queens pol lobbies to cap co-op, condo assessment increases at 6 percent per year [NYT]
9. Brooklyn Eagle editor slams Times over Dumbo article for ignoring the Walentases’ contributions to the nabe [Brooklyn Eagle]

10. American Symphony Orchestra offices moving to 263 West 38th Street [Post, 2nd item]