Verizon building at 206 West 18th Street in Chelsea may be going condo … and more

TRD New York /
Jan.January 12, 2010 05:01 PM

1. New York City desperately needs new office space, despite reports of glut, Cuozzo says [Post]
2. How Brooklyn can transform empty condo buildings into affordable housing [American Prospect]
3. Craigslist apartment listings in Williamsburg are actually outside neighborhood boundaries [Curbed]
4. Verizon building at 206 West 18th Street in Chelsea may be going condo [Curbed]
5. Swedish lingerie manufacturer Eric Ryd buys duplex at 515 Park Avenue for $24 million [Post]
6. P.S. 186 in Harlem may receive landmark status [Harlem Bespoke]
7. Architectural Digest features a one-bedroom home in Harlem [Harlem Condo Life]
8. Court battle over who owns what at the shuttered Tavern on the Green [NYT]
9. National retail sales up in fiscal year 2008, but profitability drops, Deloitte report says [GlobeSt]
10. KB Homes revenue drops 30 percent year-over-year in fourth-quarter 2009 [Mena FM]
11. JPMorgan predicts a 5 to 10 percent return on REITs in 2010 [MarketWatch]
12. Why TARP has failed to deliver its original purpose [Herald Tribune]
13. How to safely invest in REITs [CNN]
14. CFOs of construction companies predict improved activity in infrastructure-related sectors [National Real Estate Investor]


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