New Macklowe-commissioned appraisal says 510 Madison worth $398M by 2013 … and more

TRD New York /
Apr.April 14, 2010 08:11 AM

1. New Macklowe-commissioned appraisal says 510 Madison worth $398M by 2013 if fully-occupied [Post, 2nd item]
2. Architect’s modern Boerum Hill garage-to-modern-day-brownstone project to be honored by city [Brooklyn Paper]
3. Youngwoo puts lower half of former AIG tower 70 Pine Street on the market as offices [Post, 5th item]
4. Brighton Beach construction project brings rats back to streets [NYDN]
5. Morgan Stanley real estate fund to lose $5.4B [WSJ]
6. Children’s Museum of Manhattan on the hunt for 100,000 square feet on the West Side [Post, 3rd item]
7. Barricade coming down outside Flatbush Avenue emergency call center, new bollards near completion [Brooklyn Paper]
8. City wants to charge parking lot operators for rainwater that drains into their sewers [Post, 4th item]
9. Fire marshals say Chinatown blaze culprit still unclear [NYDN]
10. Law firm Purrington Moody Weil relocating to Meatpacking District [Post, 8th item]
11. WTC steel travels across the country for 9/11 memorials [NYDN]
12. Enhanced Capital Partners inks 15,500-square-foot deal at 601 Lexington Avenue [Post, 7th item]


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