Two hotels on Duffield Street in Downtown Brooklyn will open soon … and more

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Jan.January 08, 2010 05:02 PM

1. Paterson to pick company to install video lottery terminals at Aqueduct Race Track within week [Your Nabe]
2. Two hotels on Duffield Street in Downtown Brooklyn will open soon [Browstoner]
3. LIC residents anticipate the arrival of a credit union in the neighborhood [NYDN]
4. City pushes for restoration of three dilapidated Robinson Avenue homes in the Bronx [Post]

5. Non-profit will turn empty lots into playgrounds for 70 city schools [Crain’s]
6. Bloomberg L.P. was third-largest renter of new NYC commercial real estate in 2009 [NYT]

7. Tenants in Washington Heights say their ceiling is caving in [NY1]
8. Bronx residents call for Van Nest Park expansion [Post]
9. Commercial real estate market will worsen, experts say [NYT]
10. Oldest housing cooperative in the Bronx honored at award ceremony [Riverdale Press]
11. Why owning a home is not for everyone [NYT]
12. Footlocker to close 117 stores nationwide [Crain’s]
13. Baron Capital Group unveils real estate fund [Mutual Fund Wire]
14. Will there be a commercial real estate revival? [MSNBC]


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