Tiffany’s rumored to be moving to new office, Cassa Hotel slated to open in April … and more

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Jan.January 27, 2010 05:04 PM

1. Manhattan real estate bigwig Elie Hirschfeld said NYC market could rebound faster than rest of country [DailyFinance]
2. A look back at the East Village, when most considered it “New Bohemia” [Ephemeral New York]
3. Banks expanding fast and furiously on the Upper West Side [Westside Independent]
4. Tiffany’s is rumored to be leaving its offices at 600 Madison Avenue, with plans to move in at 200 Fifth Avenue [Post, 2nd item]
5. Midtown’s Cassa Hotel & Residences could open on schedule, in April [Hotel Chatter]
6. Dinosaur Bar-B-Que looks to stretch its legs in Brooklyn and Queens [Eater] 
7. Bank of America puts signage up at One Bryant Park [Curbed]
8. Meredith Corp. publishers has tapped Cushman & Wakefield to find new office space [Post, 1st item]
9. Manhattan Marriott to offer video conference capability [Crain’s]
10. New burger eatery opening in Rockefeller Center this spring aims to be to the largest independent burger restaurant in the country [NYT]
11.
New home sales drop 7.6 percent month-over-month [AP via MSNBC] 
12. Rise in number of bank failures attributed to commercial loan defaults [National Real Estate Investor] 


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