City may shutter three under-performing Queens schools, half-price units at Brooklyn’s Forte now on the market … and more

TRD New York /
Nov.November 24, 2009 08:17 AM

1. What should become of the Old Bronx Courthouse? [Welcome to Melrose]
2. City may shutter three under-performing Queens schools [NYDN]
3. Mother New York ad agency inks lease on Entire 595 Eleventh Avenue building [Post, 3rd item]
4. Half-price units at Brooklyn’s Forte now on the market [Curbed]
5. Goldman Sachs has decided not to sublet its 260,000 square feet at 1 Liberty Place [Post, 2nd item]
6. Mad Money’s Jim Cramer says shadow inventory is nothing to worry about [CNBC]
7. The NYC office market is recovering … or is it? [NYO]
8. Wall Street invents bonus euphemisms [CNBC]
9. Law firm Paul Weiss renews 550,000 SF lease at 1285 Sixth Avenue [Crain’s]
10. Broadway Triangle rezoning debate moves to City Council [Your Nabe]
11. Brooklyn retailers see signs of holiday shopping resurgence [NYDN]
12. Mortgage rates may not be artificially low due to Fed MBS purchases [Seeking Alpha]
13. Obama says universities, innovation are economy’s “core strengths” [Yahoo Finance]
14. Survey: Housing market will grow in 2010 [National Mortgage News]
15. Mortgage rates are usually lowest toward the end of the year [Seeking Alpha]
16. Allstate favors corporate debt over commercial real estate investments [Bloomberg]

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