Cushman & Wakefield scores Lazard leasing assignment, more green and open space on the way in Downtown Brooklyn … and more

December 02, 2009 08:21AM

1. Cushman & Wakefield scores Lazard leasing assignment [NYO]
2. DeVry University will move from Long Island City to Midtown East’s 180 Madison Avenue [Post, 3rd item]
3. British bank leases 150,000 square feet at 1095 Sixth Avenue [Crain’s]
4. Tribeca preservationists solider on even after demolition [Tribeca Trib]
5. More green and open space on the way in Downtown Brooklyn [My Home Brooklyn]
6. New U.S. Mission to the U.N. building rising like a fortress amid a city of glass [NY Mag]
7. Representing Iran, Jones Lang LaSalle finds itself in a sticky situation [NYO]

8. Anthropologie retailer coming to Ninth Avenue at 15th Street [Post, 2nd item]

9. Highbridge Capital CEO lists 1010 Fifth co-op for $18.5M [NYO]
10. Louis Cappelli’s 13-room duplex at 515 Park Avenue, listed for $29.5M, goes into contract [Cityfile, 1st item]
11. Cellular One founder buys $5.2M condo at Trump Palace [NYO]
12. Rumors swirl about a new $4.35M Soho condo for Samuel L. Jackson [Real Estalker]
13. Magazine publisher Hachette Filipacchi downsizing, moving from 1633 Broadway to Time-Life building [NYO]
14. Sam Chandan: Regional banks’ commercial real estate woes are more nuanced than headlines suggest [NYO]
15. Soapbox guest blogger Commercial Grade starts a solo blog [Commercial Grade]
16. Noah Rosenblatt on the four forces of the housing market [Urban Digs]
17. Absorption price threshold still increasing [Matrix]
18. NY Fed will test exit strategy from MBS portfolio [Housing Wire]
19. Treasury’s new short sale incentive program will launch in 2010 [Housing Wire]
20. Speculators are back, but potential investors should be wary, Felix Salmon warns [Reuters]
21. $1 trillion worth of commercial real estate equity has been lost since the market’s peak, research shows [Housing Wire]


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