Standard hotel partially opens, new rentals on Lefferts Avenue … and more

December 05, 2008 05:54PM

1. The Standard hotel partially opens in Meatpacking District [Curbed]
2. New rentals on Lefferts Avenue [Brownstoner]
3. Community Board approves 40-story condo in Greenpoint [Curbed]
4. Bari family, which owns restaurant supply stores, reportedly selling eight-building portfolio on the Bowery [Eater]
5. Cities making tough decisions with housing grants [WSJ]
6. 533,000 jobs lost in November, marking worst month since December 1974 [MSNBC]
7. New York State’s consumer confidence up in November [Crain’s]
8. City Council and Bloomberg administration closer to agreement on property rebate checks [Crain’s]
9. Wall Street rallies despite job loss report [NYT]
10. Hotel tax increase expected [Crain’s]
Goldman Sachs exec sued over Hamptons parcel [Bloomberg]
More mortgage holders fall behind in third quarter [WSJ]
New six-story building going up at 209 Ainslie Street [GL]
14. Progress at the Argyle [Curbed]
Hotel going up in East New York [Curbed]

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