On the Market: Less Construction = Less Deaths; Another 9/11 Memorial; Bedbugs in Backpacks


Mayor signs the “green lighting” legislation into law [WNYC]

Is this block of Bergen Street in Brooklyn the most gentridied in the city? [Jeremiah’s]

Good recession news? Fewer construction fatalities [Times]

He’s saved Atlantic Yards. Can Mikhail save local real estate, too? [Post]

Memorial for 9/11 “health deaths” planned [Journal]

Tavern on the Green turning into middlebrow foodcourt for now [Post]

Good news for Stuy Town — they’re hiring a gardener [Curbed]

Facebooking neighbors hope to embarass city into fixing trashed home [Brownstoner]

Bed bugs hit schools [Journal]

And the problem is only gonna get worse, city- and nationwide [Real Deal]

Famous Kotter sign welcomed back to Brooklyn [News]

Justice Department investigating foreclosure practices at banks [MSNBC]

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