National Football League looks to trade 280 Park Avenue space … and more

January 20, 2010 08:07AM

1. Bronx residents of the Throggs Neck Houses clash with area’s skunk population [NYDN]
2. Architect Costas Kondylis on why this recession could destroy his profession [NYO]
3. National Football League looks to trade 280 Park Avenue space for 345 Park Avenue [Post, 3rd item]
4. Survey shows no loss of interest in U.S. real estate among foreign investors [GlobeSt]
5. EPA to launch program with city to limit exposure to PCBs in school construction materials [Crain’s]
6. Construction begins on MTA’s $13.5M overhaul of 86th Street R train station in Bay Ridge [Brooklyn Paper]
7. Between bad weather and foreclosures, little change expected for December’s housing starts numbers [Bloomberg]


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