Michael Moore rallies St. Mark’s bookshop supporters, Bloomberg says protesters can’t occupy Zuccotti park indefinitely … and more

1. U.N. land deal on East Side is complex with many moving parts

2. And a conservative think tank wants a congressional
investigation into the deal

3. Michael Moore rallies St. Mark’s bookshop supporters
[Capital New York]

4. Bloomberg suggests Wall Street protestors can’t occupy
Zuccotti Park indefinitely

5. Cuomo Aide Patrick Foye leading candidate to replace Chris Ward at Port Authority

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6. Wall Street has worst quarter since 2008

7. Nine American cities going broke

8. New York among most-searched for states with expensive real estate

9. Trump’s suit line already 70 percent off at Macy’s

10. Refinancing when property values are declining

11. New York politicians want banks to reinvest more in local
[City Hall News]

12. Building collapse in Irvington, N.J.

13. Google investing $75M in solar power for homeowners

14. Toshi at Brooklyn community board committee meeting

15. Queens leads city in potholes

16. And Queens also leads in cases of West Nile Virus [NYDN]
17. New Sunnyside Jewish Center taking shape
[Queens Chronicle]

18. French restaurant to open in Sunnyside
[Sunnyside Post]

19. Former Mary Immaculate Hospital, Jamaica train station could
be landmarked
[Queens Courier]

20. Hotel Williamsburg has new opening date [Hotelchatter]
21. Prospect Park West Condo conversion going forward

22. The history of 920 Union Street in Brooklyn

23. French architect previews Irene Neuwirth pop-up store

24. Flatbush Gardens landlord gets federal complaint
[Brooklyn Eagle]

25. Greenpoint fighting rat problem

26. Coram town center on Long Island to be redeveloped

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