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New Harlem condo named Windows on 123, anecdotal evidence that rents are falling … and more

January 13, 2009 06:19PM

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1. New Harlem condo called Windows on 123 [Curbed]

2.
English language school leases 14th floor of 1450 Broadway [Crain's]

3.
Trader Joe’s files complaint against Gristedes owner’s new supermarket, Trader John’s [McBrooklyn]

4.
Anecdotal evidence of city’s falling rents [Option Armageddon]

5.
Ventura Insurance Brokerage signs 10-year lease at 475 Park Avenue [Crain's]

6.
Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz calls for cutting costs in Atlantic Yards project [NYT]

7.
Photo essay of a dissolving Astroland in Coney Island [Brooklyn Based]
8. Art on loan from the Brooklyn Museum of Art decorates the new Manhattan Marriage Bureau [Brooklyn Eagle]
9. The seven stages of real estate professionals’ reactions to the market [Matrix]
10. Lennar stocks plunge as homebuilder counters fraud claims [Miami Herald]

11.
Fannie Mae bans renter evictions [AP via Palm Beach Post]

12.
Little progress at 202 Myrtle Avenue [Brownstoner]

13.
Will Bronx Borough President Adolfo Carrion join the Obama administration? [NYDN]

14.
Virgin Megastore in Times Square to close in April [Idolator]

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