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Department of Buildings kicks off GPS tracking program, Magnolia Bakery expanding to Dubai … and more

October 06, 2009 07:41AM

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1. United Nations signs lease for 120,000 square feet of office space [Post]
2. Elusive old Carroll Gardens shop reopens for one-day public viewing [NYT]
3. Magnolia Bakery expanding to Dubai [Post]
4. Colliers ABR director of research says market recovery is on the horizon [Observer]
5. HSBC agrees to $330 million sale and leaseback deal on New York headquarters [Crain’s]
6. Department of Buildings kicks off GPS tracking program [Gotham Gazette via Curbed]
7. City marshals collecting millions in fees and assessments [NYT]
8. In Rent.com survey, 69 percent said they’d live in a “haunted” apartment to save money [Rent.com via FLife]
9. With leasing volumes down, brokers “working twice as hard for half the money” [Crain’s]
10. New School’s 65 Fifth Avenue demolition imminent [Curbed]

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