Construction worker hospitalized after falling from building, commercial rents on the decline … and more

TRD New York /
Jun.June 19, 2009 08:09 AM

1. Construction worker hospitalized after falling from Lower Manhattan construction site [NYDN]
2. Greenmarket opens in the Port Authority [NYT]
3. Renovation of the Pythian Temple at 135 West 70th Street will be revealed later this year [NYT]
4. Hudson Square sanitation garage opponents still pitching alternatives to city [Villager]
5. Treasury to auction a record $104 billion in debt next week [CNBC]
6. High Line receives award from Society of American Registered Architects for innovative design [Villager, 3rd item]
7. Before demolition, project managers giving tours of Fiterman Hall [Downtown Express]
8. Freddie Mac’s primary mortgage market survey for the week ending June 18 showed decreases in all mortgage products [Mortgage News Daily]
9. Commercial rents continue to fall [LoopNet]
10. Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation hands out awards to landmark merchants, restoration projects and institutions [Villager]
11. New Hudson Square Business Improvement District will start working out of its new office July 1 [Villager, 2nd item]
12. Museum of Chinese in America’s new space to open next Friday [Downtown Express]

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