Monday: Come Sit By My Fire!

  • The Time Warner Center has spurred an increase in housing in the Midtown West area. New neighborhood nickname pending. (New York Post)
  • Fireplaces are popular! (The New York Times)
  • How will the Fulton Fish Market’s move from the Seaport to Hunts Point affect each neighborhood? (Gotham Gazette)
  • Bloomberg is all business when it comes to residential construction, but plays politics when it comes to schools. (Downtown Express)
  • A house seller with a heart gives in to two low-bidding architecture professors. (The New York Times)
  • Looking for high rise jeans on these low streets? (The Village Voice)
  • An evicted gallery/bookstore, powerHouse, starts blogging. (powerHouse)
  • Bloomberg rethinks tax incentives for residential construction. (The New York Times)
  • Just accept it, New York University will not leave Greenwich Village. And, certainly not for Governors Island. (The Villager)
  • Knickerbocker Village, an affordable-housing complex between the Manhattan and Brooklyn bridges on the Manhattan side, is removed from a rent-protection program. (The Villager)
  • New York’s only Native American street vendor has a long list of ingredients to choose from, and doesn’t begin his shift until nightfall. (The Village Voice)
  • – Riva Froymovich

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