On the Market: Finding Kayak-Ready Closets; Stella D’Ora Crumbles Into Mall; Harlem Becoming Chinatown?
Jim Hanas Aug. 8, 2011, 9:03 a.m.
Not everyone is thrilled about Mayor Bloomberg’s generous private donations. [DNAinfo]
A profile of restauranteur Danny Meyer. [NY Times]
Harry Macklowe closed on the purchase of 737 Park Avenue. [NY Post]
Brooklyn’s Atlantic Terrace mixes affordable units in with market-rate ones, and in some ways you can’t tell the difference. [NY Times]
Construction will soon begin on rental building in Williamsburg. [The Real Deal]
More on Morris Adjmi’s 837 Washington Street in MePa. [Journal]
NY state agency files complaint against Massey Knakal for failing to properly license and supervise some in their company. [The Real Deal]
Survey says City Housing Authority is falling behind on upkeep of public housing. [NY Daily News]
Elected officials are joining tenants’ fight against Turtle Bay landlord over the condition of an apartment building. [DNAinfo]
Room for the kayaks? It takes a while to find a spacious and affordable apartment in N.Y.C., as these Bronx residents discovered. [NY Times]
A Bronx cookie factory is turning into a shopping center. [Journal]
The Chinese population in Harlem has soared. [NY Daily News]