Closing hospitals start to limit patients, fire sale at 53 Warren … and more

TRD New York /
Feb.February 10, 2009 06:49 PM

1. Hospitals in Queens that are closing have started limiting patients [NY1]
2. More delays for the Battery Park Pier A renovation [Curbed], while
Castle Clinton might get $6 million in federal funds [Post]
3. Collection on Court in Carroll Gardens remains a hole in the ground [PMFA]
4. 357 Dean Street in Boerum Hill hits the market [Brownstoner]
5. Warehouse at the corner of Smith and Hunting streets to be demolished [Brownstoner]
6. Judge dismisses lawsuit against NYU’s absorption of Polytechnic University [AY Report]
7. Fire sale at 53 Warren Street [Curbed]
8. Gristedes has taken over Jefferson market in the West Village [Eater]
9. Commercial leasing in January hit the lowest monthly level in six years [Crain’s]
10. Country’s suburbs are suffering [Infrastructurist]

GreenSpace Developments will launch a real estate fund for
non-profits who want to purchase office space [Foundation Endowment]

Stimulus bill includes housing credit [Inman]

Treasuries rise after bank bailout announcement, stocks fall [Bloomberg] and [NYT]

Greenwich Village high school postpones opening [NYT]
15. Fillmore, Deutsche Bank agreement on skyscrapers hits trouble [WSJ]

$360 million in renovations brighten Tully Hall and Julliard [Bloomberg]

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