Coca-Cola may move in at 711 Fifth Avenue, foreclosure plan could require mod potential to be a criterion … and more

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Feb.February 26, 2010 04:45 PM

1. Paterson names Bill Thompson new head of Battery Park City Authority [Downtown Express]
2. Coca-Cola may take over former World of Disney store space at 711 Fifth Avenue [Crain’s]
3. Madonna doubles size of Bridgehampton farm with buy-up of 23-acre adjacent lot [Post]
4. Gowanus Canal superfund designation opposition group forms [Carroll Gardens Diary]
5. The New School reveals latest University Center project plans [The Villager]
6. Manhattan designer Christopher Hyland places $22.45 million Chelsea apartment on the market [NYT]
7. Robert Toll dishes on company woes [WSJ]
8. City-owned mall operators accused of labor law violations [The Villager]
9. Brooklyn non-profit lobbies for creation of park in Brooklyn Navy Yard [Brownstoner]
10. Shuttered Comfort Diner relocation may not materialize as planned [Crain’s]
11. Marcus & Millichap investment sales broker Peter Von Der Ahe says Manhattan real estate figures demand perspective in interpretation [NYO]
12. Sales may be relaunching at Williamsburg’s 66 North 1st Street [Brownstoner]
13. Parents decry potential special needs students’ relocation [Gay City News]
14. Real estate listing Web site REchirp.com launches, baffles some users [Malcolm Carter]
15. Glut of celebrities now trying to get into interior design biz [Rented Spaces]
16. City housing advocate James McCaffrey dies at age 86 [Gay City News]
17. Modification potential may soon become criteria on home foreclosures [NYT]


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