Joe Sitt won’t renew Coney Island boutique’s lease, Brooklyn warehouse will be preserved in conversion … and more

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Dec.December 31, 2008 05:28 PM

1. Developer Joe Sitt won’t renew boutique’s lease in Coney Island [Post]
2. NYC’s former Moondance Diner opening in Wyoming next month [NYT]
3. HotelChatter.com gives the new Cooper Square Hotel “Worst Hotel Hype” award [HotelChatter]
4. Brooklyn courthouse named after former Governor Hugh Carey [NYDN]
5. Pantheon Properties signs two long-term tenants for more than 42,000 square feet in Newark [CPN]
6. Owners of Austin Nichols Warehouse will preserve structure in residential conversion [Brooklyn Paper]
7. Five Brooklyn projects that might be canceled next year [GL]
8. With falling home prices, next year may be a good time to look for an apartment [AM NY]
9. Trump casinos in New Jersey may miss payment deadline [GlobeSt]

10.
CB Richard Ellis’ Mary Ann Tighe to be honored at annual REBNY banquet [Brooklyn Eagle]

11.
New Jersey real estate market falling with Wall Street [Reuters]
12. Fitch boosts rating on two state housing bonds [GlobeSt]
13. Municipal bond sales decline [Bloomberg]
14. Euro Pacific Capital President Peter Schiff foresaw housing bust [Business Week]
15. Mortgage rates hit new 37-year low [CNN]
16. Wall Street ends year with uptick [Reuters]
17. Jobless claims decline [Reuters]
18. Housing agencies want market access [Bond Buyer]
19. Top 10 green building stories of 2008 [CoStar]
20. Top real estate stories of 2008 [Inman]


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