Stuy Town not the only blemish on Tishman Speyer’s record, condemnation case over Atlantic Yards postponed … and more

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Jan.January 18, 2010 08:18 AM

1. Stuy Town not the only blemish on Tishman Speyer’s record [Crain’s]
2. Condemnation case over Atlantic Yards postponed until March [Atlantic Yards Report]
3. City puts $2.2M in federal stimulus toward developing new Harlem arts center in the Kalahari condominium [Crain’s]
4. Q & A with Gualberto Medina of Cushman & Wakefield in New Jersey [Bergen Record]
5. Gosin, Knakal and three more NY real estate bigwigs share their forecasts for the future of the real estate market [Crain’s]
6. A case of real estate regret on a Brooklyn Heights apartment sold prematurely [NYT]

7. Japanese travel agency leases 16,000 square feet at 1290 Sixth Avenue [Crain’s]
8. A look back at early-20th century Madison Avenue between 67th and 68th streets [NYT]

9. Personal injury law firm inks deal to double space at 800 Third Avenue [Crain’s]
10. A look at NYC doorman fashion [NYT]
11. A review of U.S. home sales data from 1976 to today [Fort Collins Coloradoan]
12. Digital imaging business renews lease at 44 West 18th Street at well under $30 per square foot asking price [Crain’s]
13. Long Island pol plays up nagging property tax issue [NYT]

14. Tribeca retail market shows signs of improvement [Crain’s]

15. Connecticut home sales rise at 2009’s close [NYT]


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