On the Market: Flatiron Hotel Deal; Batali on the UWS; Sidewalk Advertising

The Toshi hotel network is close to buying the Flatiron Hotel. [The Real Deal]

Mayor Bloomberg stops by the East River waterfront to announce the opening of part of its new park. [DNAinfo]

Inwood store Nostylgia gives residents a place to escape to. [NY Times]

Some Queens residents oppose a proposal that would allow a private developer to replace Department of Veterans Affairs facilities. [Queens Chronicle]

Is Flushing, Queens, the new Chinatown? [Journal]

One Upper West Side resident is begging Mario Batali to open a restaurant in his neighborhood. [DNAinfo]

Transportation Department won’t allow sidewalk advertising. [NY Times]

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