St. Vincent’s condo tower shrinks, Deutsche Bank demolition stops again … and more

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Jun.June 09, 2009 06:46 PM

1. St. Vincent’s condo tower shrinks in size again [NYT]
2. Connecticut man says he’s losing house because he owes $50 in back taxes [Post]
3. A look at the not yet renovated section of Lundy’s [Sheepshead Bites]
4. Inner Workings signs 12-year lease for 23,000 square feet at 1440 Broadway [Crain’s]
5. In Atlantic Yards budget versus beauty battle, budget wins [NYT]
6. Fulton Street transit hub on track for renovations [Constant Contact]
7. Richard Gere lowers the price of his Water Mill house to $7.2 million from $8.8 million [Newsday]
8. Decline in Greenwich home sales continues [Greenwich Time]
9. Satellite of the Whitney Museum of American Art to anchor base of High Line at Gansevoort Street [NYT]
10. Standard Hotel, Times Square TKTS booth among Municipal Arts Society winners [NYFI]
11. Upper West Side residents protest townhouses that they say pose safety risks [AM NY]
12. Fire destroys Maspeth United Methodist Church in Queens [NYDN]
13. Demolition at Deutsche Bank building halted once again [NYDN]
14. Redevelopment would be boon for Coney Island, NYC Economic Development Corp. president says [NYDN]
15. Reservations are now required to see view from Statue of Liberty crown [NYDN]
16. Rupert Murdoch tries to sell Centre Island estate again [Newsday]
17. Commercial loan servicers seek extensions [Reuters]
18. Standard & Poor’s downgrades may split CMBS market [Reuters]
19. Home prices likely to drop another 10 to 20 percent to below fair value, according to T2 Partners [The Business Insider]
20. RE/MAX International was sole real estate franchise using national TV ads in first three months of this year [Inman]


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