Morning Links: Grimaldi’s, Genting and Beer Gardens Galore!

Governor Paterson offers to help relocate mosque planned near Ground Zero. (NYP)

Grimaldi’s faces eviction. (WSJ)

On the proliferation of beer gardens. (NYT)

Inwood residents peeved by Columbia architect’s plans for Baker Field athletic complex redesign. (NYT)

Genting has visions of proper casino — with table games — at Queens Aqueduct. (NYP)

O.K., Deutsche Bank not buying 72 Wall. (NYP – 2nd item)

Zeckendorf brothers hire Robert A.M. Stern to redesign former Salvation Army building on Gramercy Park South. (NYP)

Developer proposes transforming old U.S. Open stadium into condos. (Daily News)

An analysis of the mosque builders’ insufficient media savvy. (NYT)

This may seem obvious, but the High Line improves property values. (NYT)

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