Bloomberg could intervene on Related’s behalf in Armory deal, Landmarks Commission to decide on planned Extell skyscraper today … and more

Nov.November 10, 2009 08:12 AM

1. Bloomberg could intervene on Related’s behalf in Armory deal [NYDN]
2. First $400M TALF CMBS to be sold by Developers Diversified, as the group gets new top exec [Fox Business], [Reuters]
3. Landmarks Commission to decide on planned Extell 57th Street skyscraper today [NYO]
4. New York homeowners fare better than others on home equity loans [Crain’s]
5. City ignores community demand for bike lane on Queens Blvd. [NYDN]
6. Q & A with David Arena of Grubb & Ellis [NYO]
7. Media coverage of commercial real estate fallout picks up, starting with Business Week [Square Feet Blog]
8. Philadelphia’s multi-family market in trouble [Philadelphia Inquirer]
9. Pelham Parkway renovation means 87 trees must go [NYDN]
10. Brokers taking on management services for long-distance buyers [NYT]
11. Riverdale’s Solaria units to hit auction block Nov. 22 at nearly half-price [NYDN]
12. Vong to move downtown, replaced by Wolfgang’s steakhouse at the Lipstick Building [Post, 2nd item]
13. Bronx merchants seek aid after two retail mall fires that destroyed 19 stores [NYDN]
14. Fed says low interest rates necessary as banks continue to tighten lending standards [Bloomberg]
15. Queens Catholic school rents basement for movie production for $3,000 [NYDN]

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