Doctors skeptical over St. Vincent’s transformation plan … and more

April 28, 2010 07:56AM

1. City Comptroller accuses Economic Development Corporation of hoarding upwards of $125 million [NYT]
2. Questions abound for New York City’s outer markets [NYO]
3. Doctors raise doubts over St. Vincent’s transformation plan [NYT]
4. Chelsea hotel employee with room key access attempts assault on guest [Post]

5. JPMorgan signs for 15 years at Moinian tower [NYO]
6. General Growth angling for two new loans valued at a total of $895.5 million [Bloomberg]
7. Upper West Side church faces more vandalism in the midst of landmark controversy [Westside Independent]
8. David Levinnson talks Toy Building [NYO]
9. Luxury rentals benefit from Wall Street stabilization [NYT]
10. Among commercial lease deals, Jones Lang LaSalle’s Ken Siegel favors “the tough ones” [NYO]
11. City to begin charging $300 for film productions to shoot on location in city [Bowery Boogie]


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