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Kiska Development makes $34M site purchase, NYC’s 10 worst landlords named … and more

March 17, 2010 04:56PM

1. More developers worry over Harlem’s stability [WSJ]
2. Kenyon & Kenyon near renewal agreement for 12-floor lease at One Broadway [Post, 1st item]
3. Dutch Kills residents riled over hotel development [NYDN]
4. Kiska Development buys up corner development site at 56th Street and Lexington Avenue for $34 million [Post, 2nd item]
5. With bankruptcy possible, questions abound over fate of 22 NYC Blockbuster locations [Crain’s]
6. Immigrants less likely to pursue big cities, report shows [Yahoo!] 

7. HUD looks into ramifications of gay housing discrimination [Washington Post]
8. NYC Bar Association says community-developer negotiations require reform [NYO]
9. Mayor Bloomberg’s driveway plagued with cracks [NYT]
10. Chrystie Street nightlife: what went wrong? [Guest of a Guest]
11. NYC’s 10 worst landlords named [Village Voice]
12. Great Jones Hotel gets the go-ahead [Curbed]
13. With horse-boarding laws intact, Kensington Stables staying put [Brooklyn Paper]


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