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Posted on: March 19th, 2009 at 1:47 pm by

Sam Chang’s six-story Holiday Inn is making progress on the LES. After months of dormancy, 148-154 Delancey will soon receive wrecking ball treatment [Curbed, previously]

Reverend Billy exposes how small business-owners on East ninth Street are coping with the economic downturn [EV Grieve]

The top priority in fiscal year 2010 for the city’s 59 Community Boards is “services for the elderly” [Cityroom]

“Serious progress” has reportedly been made on Table 8 in the Cooper Square Hotel. Neighbors should start closing their windows beginning in May [Eater]

Boutiques and luxe-shops are on the rise, in spite of the current recession [Urbanite via Vanishing NY]

Bedbugs is becoming quite the hot-button issue in city politics. And it should! Complaints are up 34% from last year [Runnin’ Scared]

Lastly, Bowery Boogie mourns the loss of Natasha Richardson. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends during this difficult time.

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