Bloomberg vows to veto City Council vote on Kingsbridge Armory, Bronx’s Perry Avenue approved as historic district … and more

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Dec.December 16, 2009 08:08 AM

1. Bloomberg vows to veto City Council vote on Kingsbridge Armory, while some say rejection was his fault [Post] and [NYDN]
2.
Bronx’s Perry Avenue approved as historic district, becoming the city’s 100th [NYT]
3. Upper East Side, Washington Heights top list of nabes with poorest air quality [NYDN]
4. Disney close to inking a deal at 1540 Broadway [NYO]
5. Judge Andrew Napolitano: Eminent domain fight isn’t over yet [Fox News]
6. A&E television channel hires CB Richard Ellis to find new NYC office space [NYO]
7. General Growth restructuring plan approved by judge [Bloomberg]
8. Home builder confidence no longer predicts stock market returns [Business Insider]
9. After property value drops, luxury hotel sector could be most active next year [Bloomberg]
10. CMBS market shows signs of life, without government assistance [Retail Traffic Mag]
11. Fannie and Freddie shares up for third day in a row [The Street]
12. Boston Properties portfolio shows significant potential for investors [Blogging Stocks]
13. Fewer homebuyers would consider buying a foreclosed home, survey shows [Reuters via CNBC]
14. Fed losses would weigh heavily on taxpayers [Business Insider]
15. The year in review for REITs [Seeking Alpha]


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