Thursday, October 1, 2009

Thursday Morning Links


"Caged In On 82nd &2nd (looking north)", A. Fine

A new batch of businesses are about to be caged in from 82nd Street up to 86th Street on 2nd Avenue. Given that the last caging was responsible or partially responsible for the shuttering of 16 businesses, there has to be cause for concern. Word on the street is that there are up to half a dozen stores (including one of my favorite eateries) on the stretch closing or due to close shortly thanks to construction necessary to build the 2nd Avenue Subway.
The Commune, NYC Style (NY Times)
Construction Watch Nouvel's 100 Eleventh Looking Good (Curbed)
New York's Burger King, Danny Meyer (Video/Big Think)
Pandering? Bloomberg's Parking Plan Sounds Good To Me! (NYDN)
Park May Replace Power Plant Plan In Greenpoint (NYDN)
New York's 10 Most Decrepit Roadways (NYT/CityRoom)
1860's Oak Bridge Reconstructed In Central Park (NYT/CityRoom)
Are The Good Times Back? 15 CPW Penthouse Flips For $37 Mil., Nearly A Double (Observer)
Stringer Calls For Investigation Of Second Avenue Subway Delays And Overruns (The Real Deal)
Parent Of Corcoran And Citi Habitats Gets Much Needed Financing (The Real Deal)

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