More on Swig’s foreclosure, high retail vacancies on Flatbush Avenue … and more

TRD New York /
Jan.January 28, 2009 08:23 AM

1. More on Swig’s foreclosure at 45 Broad Street [NYO]
2. The new Standard Hotel could be “one of the last buildings that’s going up for quite a while in New York” [NYO]
3. A Q&A with restaurant developer Keith McNally [NYO]
4. Law firm Mintz Levin looks for space in Midtown [NYO]
5. Commercial market wants $20 billion in TARP funds to help credit [NYO]
6. Foreclosures in the city expected to increase in January [NYO]
7. Smyth Tribeca probably won’t open on February 6 [Hotelchatter]
8. Companies turn to sale-leaseback deals to generate cash [NYT]
9. Gemini Real Estate Advisors hires Michael Sullivan to oversee eight-hotel portfolio [CRE]
10. About 20 out of 100 storefronts are vacant on Flatbush Avenue [AM NY]
11. Leona Helmsley’s brother buys co-op [NYO]
12. Governors Island gets no money from state, auctions off ferry [NYO]
13. NYC wants federal money for infrastructure and mass transit [NYO]
14. Former Bank of America CFO loses money in sale of Central Park unit [NYO]

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