Saturday, Aug. 4, 2007

Stuck in park

Bridge ‘Park’: While million-dollar condos are selling like hotcakes at One Brooklyn Bridge Park, the “park” itself is again at a standstill. Comment

‘Park’ condos selling fast

Bridge ‘Park’: The first luxury waterfront condos within the state’s Brooklyn Bridge Park development are selling at a rate of one a day, according to Robert Levine, owner of the 499-unit building at One Brooklyn Bridge Park (360 Furman St.), at the foot of Joralemon Street beneath Brooklyn Heights. Comment

Domino fight lights up hood

Domino fight lights up hood

Williamsburg–Greenpoint Waterfront: A neighborhood activist who would like to derail plans for a $1.3-billion high-rise development at the old Domino Sugar site has erected a seven-story, red LED sign that screams, “SAVE DOMINO.” Comments (2)

Zigun: Zip for Sitt

Coney Island: Coney Island developer Joe Sitt is being accused of backing out of a deal to save a historic Coney Island building. Comment

Chang gets $22M for a hotel

Carroll Gardens: Hotelier Sam Chang has sold his barely three-month-old Comfort Inn Hotel for more than $22 million. Comment

Scarano cries foul as Billyburgers blame him for problems on L-line

Williamsburg–Greenpoint Waterfront: Activists claim the controversial architect is the reason a hole was accidentally drilled into a subway station. Comment

Sharp division over Domino plans

Williamsburg–Greenpoint Waterfront: Residents, pols debate future of massive sugar plant site. Comment

All drawn out

Bridge ‘Park’: Our cartoonist’s take. Comments (1)

House of D plaza scorned

Carroll Gardens: A pedestrian-friendly detail in the city’s proposal to reopen and expand the House of Detention on Atlantic Avenue has ignited a storm of opposition. Comment

Canal condos coming

Carroll Gardens: At least one developer is ready to put condos on the Gowanus Canal. Comment
Red Hook: Ikea is rising in Red Hook. Comment

Plea for Broken Angel

Fort Greene: The son of the artist who built the iconic Broken Angel ziggurat has issued a written plea for “public support” during his family’s continued fight with the city. Comment

Is Armory deal iron clad?

Park Slope: The city is seeking bids for an athletic facility in the Park Slope Armory. Comment

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