View may go rental, 14 Catholic schools may close … and more

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Jan.January 12, 2009 06:58 PM

1. The View in Long Island City may be going rental [Curbed]
2. Riverbank West rental building gets $94 million in refinancing [GlobeSt]

3.
Recession veterans share wisdom with younger brokers [Crain’s]

4.
14 Catholic schools may close in the city [NYT]

5.
Court blocks Archdiocese of New York from demolishing Soho church [NYT]

6.
Condo developer Tarragon Corp. files for Chapter 11 [Crain’s]

7.
Real estate, finance leaders expect market slowdown to continue [MarketWatch]

8.
Wave of retail bankruptcy filings expected following holidays [WSJ]

9.
Judge says Madoff to remain free on bail [AP via SI Advance]

10.
Construction progress at 111 Lawrence, 184 Kent and 50 Franklin Street [Brownstoner] and [Curbed] and [Curbed]

11.
Rep. Anthony Weiner supports luxury rent stabilization decontrol [NYO]

12.
Amato Opera on Bowery sells for $3.7 million [NYT via Curbed]

13.
Common Atlantic Yards mistakes reporters make [AY Report]

14.
Dumbo residents rally against Walentas project [Dumbo NYC]

15.
Proposal to create city’s first Hebrew language charter school approved by New York State Board of Regents [NYT]

16.
Bay Ridge pet store to close [Brooklyn Paper]
17. Goshow Architects signs a 10-year lease for the fifth floor of 44 West 28th Street [Crain’s]


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