Daily Clips: February 11, 2010

02/11/2010

Here are the latest news clips:

Aerial Photos of Trade Center on 9/11 Released
The New York Times
Newly released aerial photographs of the World Trade Center terror attack capture the towers’ collapse, from just after the first fiery plane strike to the dust clouds that spread over Lower Manhattan and New York harbor.

Fraunces Tavern restaurant to get new management
NewYorkology
The 248-year-old restaurant has closed but will soon reopen under new management.

Times Square pedestrian zone will remain closed to cars
The New York Daily News
Broadway will remain permanently closed through Times Square after an eight-month tryout that infuriated cabbies but delighted tourists.

City’s New Third-Tallest Tower?
The New York Observer
Will Vornado build the city’s third-tallest building?

The Top 20 Leases of 2009
The New York Observer

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