Renovations continue at 3 Columbus Circle, “Slumdog Millionaire” actress might move to the city … and more

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Feb.February 17, 2009 06:38 PM

1. Renovations continue at 3 Columbus Circle [Curbed]

2.
Avalon Fort Greene rising fast [GL]

3.
Is Fort Greene the best neighborhood in the city? [NYDN]
4.
Regus Business Centers renews lease at Chrysler Building [Crain’s]

5.
Israeli creamery Scream signed a 10-year lease at 2030 Broadway [Crain’s]

6.
An update on the city’s 20 most expensive units [Cityfile]
7. Assembly member Hakeem Jeffries says stimulus money shouldn’t go to a new railyard [AY Report]
8. “Slumdog Millionaire” actress Freida Pinto might move to the city [Daily Star]
9. Multi-family building in Long Branch, N.J. sells for $1.5 million [GlobeSt]
10. Queens residents talk about what the stimulus money could do for housing [NY1]
11. Larry Silverstein’s Silver Towers appear to be on schedule [A Fine Blog]
12. Last chance to submit ImagineConey designs [Brownstoner]
13. Civil disobedience campaign starting in the city to support families who refuse to vacate their foreclosed homes [NYT]
14. Lexington Realty Trust refinances unsecured credit facility and secured term loan [GlobeSt]
15. Housing and Urban Development Secretary calls for transparency [GlobeSt]

16.
P.C. Richard & Sons wants to create 15-acre development along N.J. Turnpike [NYT]
17. Layaway now an option for hotels [Crain’s]
18. Obama signs stimulus bill, leaves open option of another [ABC] and [NYT]
19. Five foreclosure resources for buyers [Future of Real Estate Marketing]
20. DealBook examines Trump Entertainment’s Chapter 11 filing [NYT]


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