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Indoor park pops up in Nolita, subprime mortgages sink BofA to worst-performing 2011 stock … and more

December 30, 2011 08:20AM

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Park Here, an indoor park in Nolita

1. An indoor park with food vendors pops-up in Nolita
[NYT]

2. After much delay, construction finally begins on $70M indoor track at Ocean Breeze on Staten Island
[SILive]

3. Largely due to subprime mortgages BofA will likely be 2011′s worst performer in Dow Jones Industrial Average
[BusinessWeek]

4. Equity Residential moves to intervene in court proceedings over Lehman’s Archstone bid
[Crain's]

5. Examining the history of 97-year-old 640 Park Avenue, and its “mansionlike” apartments
[NYT]

6. Unreliable appraisals for commercial properties are responsible for many bank failures during recession
[American Banker]

7. Mortgage rates will inch up, but remain very low through 2012
[NYT]

8. By 2030 U.S. will have 3M gay seniors, but not enough gay senior centers to provide nondiscriminatory care for them
[MSNBC]

9. Inside 307 West 153rd Street — Manhattan’s worst rental building
[NYDN]

10. Danny Meyer’s Flatiron BBQ joint Blue Smoke to open second location Jan. 9 in Battery Park City
[DNAinfo]

11. Once best known for potato farms, North Fork now has a growing number of diverse livestock operations
[NYT]

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