Apartments fall into disrepair after foreclosure, home builders seek extension of loans … and more 

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1. Apartments in disrepair after foreclosure
[Gotham Gazette]

2. John Catsimatidis threatens to shut down Gristedes chain
over wage dispute
[Post]

3. Home builders seek extension of loans
[Bloomberg]

4. Steuben Glass to close
[NYT]

5. Community Board to vote on St. Vincent’s rezoning tonight
[Globest]

6. Century 21 store in old Barnes & Noble location gets soft opening
[DNAinfo]

7. Applebees’ NYC locations have highest annual revenue
[NYT]

8. Buildings offering more services for dogs
[NY1]

9. Falai closes down because LES has become “less fashionable”
[NYT]

10. More tourists going to Long Island City
[NY1]

11. Astoria Boulevard site toxic
[Queens Gazette]

12. Community board votes against yeshiva in Brooklyn warehouse
[Brooklyn Courier]

13. Gramercy Hotel agrees to make changes in response to
accessibility complaints
[NYT]

14. Developer offers proposals for Willets Point
[Queens Courier]

15. Bridgehampton Fire District to vote on purchase of Pulver
Gas property for $3.8 million [27East]

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