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1. National real estate market is already in depression: experts [Yahoo via Patrick.net]

2. Manhattan’s East River waterfront to get a makeover [Curbed] 

3. Tishman Realty sells Chicago hotel for $165 million [Crain’s]
4. Billy’s Bakery to open Nolita location in November [Crain’s] 

5. Analyzing the government’s decision to extend the homebuyer tax credit [National Review] 

6. Economic outlook is uncertain and steps will be taken to keep recovery alive: Bernanke [CNBC] 

7. Commercial real estate is attractive for investors looking for bargains: analysts [CNBC] 

8. An inside look at the Brooklyn Navy Yard’s renovation to become green manufacturing center [NY1] 

9. Dumbo’s reRun to open small movie theater with bar inside called reBar [Gothamist] 

10. Renovated mega mansion on UES nearing Fall completion [Curbed] 

11. Office suite outfitter Regus Group to open five new Manhattan sites by year’s end [Crain’s] 

12. Soho Grand hotel to unveil new suites with iPads and iMacs [Hotel Chatter]
13. City looking to close or replace two Bronx high schools [Tremont Tribune]
14. Riverdale’s Tulfan Terrace building finds buyer after years of stalled construction [Riverdale Press] 

15. Queens council member urges city probe of project at Flushing Methodist burial ground [NYDN] 

16. City inspectors raid two allegedly illegal lofts in Brooklyn [Post] 

17. BofA exec sells UES Metropolitan building apartment for $4 million [NYO, 2nd item] 

18. Construction progressing at Hunter College building on Third Avenue with September 2011 completion date [Harlem Bespoke]


19.
Redevelopment project at Hudson Yards springing to life again, after $3M grant [PSFK]

 

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