MTA inks lease at 333 West 34th Street, Browning School for boys looks to expand on UES … and more

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Mar.March 02, 2010 08:11 AM

1. In consolidation move, MTA inks 113,000-square-foot lease at 333 West 34th Street [Post, 2nd item]
2. State plans to close 55 state parks and historic sites [NYT]
3. UES’s Browning School for boys looks to expand [NYO]

4. Floyd Flake, Jay-Z, Russell Simmons to be subpoenaed in state Aqueduct probe [Post]
5. General Growth to consider competing proposals, confirm reorganization plan by Oct. 5 [Bloomberg]
6. High levels of lead and tin found under Throgs Neck Bridge after rehab project [NYDN]
7. Accounting firm ups space at 529 Fifth Avenue by 75,000 square feet [NYO]
8. Families of Marines killed in Lebanon bombing demand ownership of 650 Fifth Avenue [Post]
9. Engel & Volkers ditching OREX for Long Island MLS and Streeteasy.com [Hamptons.com]
10. Affordable housing could drop off as HUD mortgages expire in the next four years [National Housing Institute]
11. Max Farash, NY real estate mogul, dies [AP via Miami Herald]
12. Alan Greenspan defends his legacy [Fortune via Mortgage Real Estate News]

13. A look at the Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act [National Housing Institute]


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