New Soho hotel plans revealed … and more

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Jan.January 19, 2010 04:51 PM

1. Crane erected in flight path of La Guardia-bound planes nearly causes calamity [Post]
2. Bloomberg announces law to rename street after Dyker Heights’ founder [Brooklyn Eagle] 
3. Community rallies to save famed Ray’s Candy Store [EV Grieve]
4. Mississippi’s Lincoln County forced to change town hall name after NYC’s Lincoln Center makes copycat complaint [Westside Independent]
5. Two leases totaling 42,400 square feet signed at 230 Park Avenue [Crain’s] 
6. Cat-hoarding in New York City-area homes not that uncommon [NYT]
7. It’s landlord versus tenant at Boerum Hill café [Eater]
8. New neighborhood information provider, Nabewise, launches at Inman Conference [TRD Twitter] 
9. Great Jones Hotel plans revealed [Hotel Chatter] 
10. “Oddity Museum” proposed for Coney Island [Amusing the Zillion via Curbed, 2nd item] 
11. High Line construction sites viewed from above [Curbed]
12. Jay-Z hit “Empire State of Mind” remixed in dubious honor to Forrest Hills, Queens [NYMag]

13.
Citigroup posts $1.6B yearly loss for 2009 [NYT]
14. Ivanka Trump to launch footwear line [WWD]
15. Madison Commercial launches Web site for brokers, attorneys and owners [National Real Estate Investor]
16. Deutsche Bank outlook for REITs shows changed ratings [Fox Business]


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