Nabe News: September 21

Posted on: September 21st, 2010 at 1:25 pm by

Thierry Henry on Crosby, McNally’s ambition, and 38 Delancey, all in today’s neighborhood news roundup!

The Vanessa’s Dumplings on 14th Street is the real benchmark by which the National Bureau of Economic Research should gauge economic stability.  Accordingly, the recession is not over as NBER proclaimed [EV Grieve]

Soccer superstar Thierry Henry, now of Red Bulls fame, recently purchased an apartment at 39 Crosby Street for $9 million [Curbed]

Greenwich Avenue and Tenth Street – the street corner Keith McNally may soon decimate with his Pulino’s franchise [Vanishing NY]

The final hearing on MTA fare hikes is tonight at the Brooklyn Museum. An official vote by the full board takes place next month [NY1]

The Real Deal reports that seventeen-story 38 Delancey, which just removed the last of its plywood, is still having trouble selling the remaining units in the condoplex.  Said units are now going rental [Real Deal; Previously]



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