Cost of City Hall renovations has increased to $90 million … and more

TRD New York /
Nov.November 17, 2009 04:59 PM

1. Cost of City Hall renovations has increased to $90 million [Post]
2. NYC single-family home taxes will go up 8.8 percent next year [Post]
3. New York firm purchases a $173 million package of nonperforming second liens [National Mortgage News]
4. Buildings department marks wrong Brooklyn home for demolition [Post]
5. Leasing demand improves for shopping center REITs in the third quarter [Retail Traffic Mag]
6. The government favors homeowners over renters during a housing bust [WSJ]
7. Trump International Hotel Waikiki Beach Walk opens in Hawaii [Hotel Online]
8. New commercial mortgage-backed securities TALF deal first step for market recovery [National Mortgage News]
9. CB Richard Ellis hits $1 billion mark in Fannie Mae DUS loans [National Mortgage News]
10. More efforts to raise commercial real estate taxes [Square Feet Blog]
11. Long stalled development will be revived at 254 Front Street [Curbed]
12. Z Hotel and rooftop bar will open in Long Island City [LIQ City]
13. Holiday Inn requiring all franchise owners to remodel and renovate [Daily Finance]


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