The Real Deal New York

Inwood residents worry about Columbia Waterfront Project, Massey Knakal lists 30,000-sf plot in Brooklyn … and more

May 02, 2012 05:00PM

1. Eastern Union arranges for $34M refinance of nursing facilities in NYC and NJ [NYO]
2. Lack of Columbia Waterfront Project progress worries Inwood residents who want to know when the space will be available [DNAinfo]
3. Massey Knakal lists 30,000-square-foot plot in Brooklyn [Brownstoner]
4. The Living Theatre needs to raise $24,000 by May 14 to avoid eviction [Local EV]
5. GOP chairmen prefer developer John Catsimatidis over Ray Kelly for mayor [NYO]
6. Booted president Aldon James watched annual National Arts Club board meeting in club’s basement [DNAinfo]
7. Bob Knakal on what the national and NYC mayoral elections mean for commercial real estate market [NYO]
8. Locals fight potential Dunkin’ Donuts and 7-Eleven leases on LES [Bowery Boogie]
9. MTA to upgrade Jay Street substation [Brownstoner]

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