Korean government buys property, Flatbush Avenue gets a makeover … and more

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Mar.March 20, 2009 08:12 AM

1. Korean government buys property at 122 East 32nd Street for $15.8 million [NYO]
2. City hospitals cutting 400 jobs, closing pharmacies and clinics [NYT]
3. Flatbush Avenue to get a makeover from Manhattan firm W Architecture [Brooklyn Paper]
4. Eisner Brothers warehouses available for rent on the Lower East Side [Villager, 2nd item]
5. Maturing loans could delay commercial market recovery [National Real Estate Investor]
6. How to dispute a property tax assessment [This Old House]
7. Student housing prices have stayed steady [National Real Estate Investor]
8. Mortgage rates are low, but so are approval rates [CNN Money]
9. Commercial real estate prices plunge [Reuters]
10. GE real estate losses could reach $3.6 billion [Bloomberg]
11. 50 percent of the Hudson River Park is complete [Villager]
12. Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation director lists preservation concerns for the coming year [Villager]
13. Landlord trying to evict Tribeca’s Club Deco [Downtown Express]
14. Displaced Chinatown tenants still struggling to find permanent housing [Downtown Express]
15. Skidmore, Owings and Merrill renews office space at 14 Wall Street [Downtown Express, 2nd item]


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