The Real Deal New York

City vies for $200M in state development funds, global growth in office values is slowing … and more

November 14, 2011 08:14AM

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Sterling Place and Nostrand Avenue in Crown Heights

1. City is among 10 regions vying for $200M in state development funds

2. Port Authority’s gigantic electronic billboard bothers West 43rd Street residents

3. NYC commercial default rate in October was ahead of national average

4. Economic uncertainty slows growth of global office values
[Bloomberg News]

5. Aqueduct bringing water to NYC causes cracks in upstate homes

6. 535 Madison Avenue quickly fills up after Dillon Read departs its 200,000 square feet

7. Prospect Park Lake is covered in dangerous bacteria

8. Five street vendors on 54th Street and Fifth Avenue owe city nearly $1M in fines

9. Bronx-based sausage maker gets big tax break to relocate to New Jersey

10. Diversity of housing draws buyers to Crown Heights

11. Chef behind now-shuttered Alison on Dominick to open restaurant in Flatiron

12. Nets sell tickets swiftly for Barclays Center

13. Aqueduct casino design is disappointing, critic says

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