Coney Island advocacy group says redesigned park is too small … and more

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Dec.December 02, 2009 05:01 PM

1.
Forbes denies reports that it’s close to a sale of its West Village HQ, and says price would not be just $55 million [Crain’s]
2. Coney Island advocacy group says redesigned park is too small [NYDN]
3. U.S. Treasury announces new guidelines for short sales [AP via Realtor Mag]
4. Former architect launches iPhone app called Designnear that tours New York City architecture [Curbed]
5. New property tax rates released for New York City [Miller Cicero]
6. Down Town Association club seeks landmark status [Tribeca Trib]
7. Bob Knakal comments on financial troubles in the Dubai real estate market [NYO]
8. Commercial rent regulation bill pushes ahead in City Council [NYO]
9. New green condo building in Park Slope already under repair [Brooklyn Paper]
10. Murray Playground in Long Island City is being renovated [Liq City]
11. AY eminent domain ruling raises questions over Manhattanville development, while Ratner’s tax-free AY bonds get “Baa3” rating from Moody’s [Columbia Spectator] and [Brownstoner]
12. Largest NYC uniformed police officer union signs lease at 125 Broad Street [GlobeSt]
13. National CRE mortgage default rate could hit 5 percent by 2010, report says [GlobeSt]


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