Hospitals cut carbon emissions, Gotti says she won’t lose home … and more

TRD New York /
May.May 14, 2009 06:20 PM

1. Hospitals vow to reduce carbon footprint by 30 percent over the next 10 years [NYT]
2. New bill will prevent shelters from charging rent [NYT]
3. Housing advocacy group says Sunset Park rezoning needs full environmental review [NYT]
4. Victoria Gotti says she won’t lose her Long Island mansion [NYDN]
5. Despite Dutch Kills rezoning, hotel towers rising [NYDN]
6. Bay Ridge rental building trades for $11.23 million [GlobeSt]
7. Cushman & Wakefield says retail vacancies could present opportunities [GlobeSt]
8. Work might have stopped at the Pencil Factory condos in Greenpoint [Curbed]
9. Apartment in 1600 Broadway being auctioned off [Curbed]
10. 236 Livingston Street rises about 20 stories [Brownstoner]
11. Retail rents fall on Fifth, Madison avenues [Crain’s] and [Bloomberg]
12. General Growth wins $400 million bankruptcy loan [Bloomberg]
13. A tour through a $2.35 million penthouse in the city [WSJ]
14. More homeowners coming to terms with home prices [SFBJ]
15. Hard-hit states essential to housing rebound [Inman]
16. Slow start to U.S. mortgage modification plan [NYT]
17. Starchitect Philippe Starck plans to create sweater line [Fashionista]


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