No units sold at [email protected], Bronx school opening in mixed-use complex … and more

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Jan.January 20, 2009 06:11 PM

1. According to Streeteasy.com, there are no units in contract at [email protected] [Brownstoner]
2. Rego Park mall expansion gets retro design [Queens Crap]
3. Mayor Bloomberg didn’t mention Atlantic Yards or West Side railyards in state of the city address [DDDB]
4. Brooklyn Bridge park housing on hold [Brooklyn Paper]
5. Updated rendering revealed for Aloft condo and hotel in Harlem [Curbed]
6. 727 Washington Street back on the market [Curbed]
7. Atlantic Health to build 100,000-square-foot medical facility in Florham Park, New Jersey [GlobeSt]
8. Studio B in Greenpoint to stay open [Eater]
9. School to open in Bronx retail and office complex [Crain’s]
10. Will hotel rise at 163 Orchard Street? [Curbed]

11. Mortgage insurer MGIC Investment Corp. forecasts unprofitable 2009 [Bloomberg]

12. JPMorgan reported a profit for fourth quarter, but mortgage defaults soared [AP]

13. Developer Stephen Ross buys almost all the remaining shares of the Miami Dolphins [Bloomberg]

14. Moody’s reports declines in six of seven commercial property types [Seeking Alpha]


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