Thursday, April 22, 2010

Goldstein Bought Out, Brooklyn Bridge Park Food, and More Brooklyn Briefs

- Daniel Goldstein, leader of Develop Don’t Destroy Brooklyn, has reached an agreement with FC Ratner to leave his apartment in the Atlantic Yards footprint by May 7 in exchange for $3 million. More at the Brooklyn Eagle

- The finalists to operate food carts on the just-opened Pier 1 portion of Brooklyn Bridge Park include Blue Marble Ice Cream and the Red Hook Lobster Pound. Brooklyn Paper

- Toll Brothers' proposed 67-unit condo building at 205 Water Street in Dumbo was approved Tuesday.  Curbed

- The Queen Mary 2, which docks in Red Hook, is the last liner to make regular trans-Atlantic crossings between New York and Europe. Cunard says it has been bombarded with pleas from stranded airline passengers wondering whether they could book a cabin. NY Times

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