The Real Deal New York

Commercial real estate prices increase, AIA gets new CEO … and more

December 20, 2010 05:14PM

1. Editor of Architectural Record leaves to become CEO at American Institute of Architects [Media Bistro] 

2. White House pick to head Federal Housing Finance Agency unlikely to win Senate confirmation quickly [WSJ] 

3. Coney Island landlord Zamperla USA warns soon-to-be-shuttered businesses to vacate storefronts [Post] 

4. Non-profit housing counselors see better results on homeowner loan modifications [WSJ] 

5. UWS condo Linden78 struggles to find buyers [Curbed] 

6. Study finds that delinquent homeowners don’t always default on second mortgages [WSJ] 

7. Turf war rages between co-op and city residents about park at 1 Sutton Place on the East Side [Post] 

8. Commercial real estate prices increased in October: Moody’s [Calculated Risk] 

9. Barbour to open second NYC store in Soho [WWD Retail]
10. REBNY president Steven Spinola weighs in on how to revitalize the economy [NY1]

11. Aloft Harlem still on track for Dec. 27 opening [Hotel Chatter]


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