On the Market: Faye Dunaway Strikes Back; Flatiron Hotel Faces Foreclosure; Can We Get a Nordstrom or Not?
Jim Hanas Aug. 4, 2011, 8:57 a.m.
Will New York City ever get a Nordstrom? Maybe not at the rate they’re going looking for space. [Journal]
Actress Faye Dunaway says her landlord can’t evict her from her rent-stabilized apartment because she already moved out because of its bad condition. [NY Times]
Midtown’s New York City Center will reopen in October. [DNAinfo]
To save money on bills, a Brooklyn resident outfitted his house to be solar-conscious (but now faces losing it because of owed property taxes). [NY Times]
The Flatiron Hotel is facing a foreclosure suit from a Long Island bank. [The Real Deal]
Digging in to the dangers of hydrofracking [NY Times]
Glenwood Management has taken over a stalled hotel and condo development site in midtown. [The Real Deal]
Some landlords are out of time to pay up what they owe to the city for repairs on property. [Journal]
It’s a hockey night in Brooklyn: Ratner woos the Islanders [BK Paper]