Savanna to acquire 1375 Broadway for close to $140M … and more

TRD New York /
Dec.December 01, 2010 05:08 PM

1. operator Move Inc. launches, new site targeting first-time homebuyers [Inman] 
2. Catholic schools struggling to stay open amid low enrollment and budget cuts [NYDN]
3. Providence House in Prospect Lefferts gets land use approval from mayor [Hawthorne Street] 

4. Fed report says housing is mediocre everywhere [Business Insider]
5. Off Track Betting Corporation threatens to close unless it gets more state funding [DNAinfo] 

6. Historic Philip Coltoff Center in Greenwich Village may be on the market [Curbed] 

7. Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn opens new maternity unit [Brooklyn Eagle]
8. Residents speak out against condo plan at Brooklyn Bridge Park [NY1] 

9. NAR defends mortgage interest deduction, against findings of commission report [Inman]
10. The Douglass in Harlem is almost completely sold out after one year [Harlem Bespoke] 

11. Panera Bread signs lease for store on Adams Street in Downtown Brooklyn [Brooklyn Eagle]

12. Emergency meeting called to discuss fate of Harlem Hospital [DNAinfo] 

13. Savanna to acquire 1375 Broadway for close to $140 million [Real Estate Weekly]
14. Upper East Siders want public plaza near Shake Shack to close at night [DNAinfo]

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