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Soon-to-be vacant space at 1221 Sixth Avenue sparks “feeding frenzy” … and more

December 29, 2010 08:26AM

1. BofA, Nomura and Wells Fargo lead “feeding frenzy” for soon-to-be vacant 1221 Sixth Avenue space [Post, 1st item]

2. Aloft Harlem Hotel finally opens for business despite blizzard [Hotel Chatter]
3. New report slams robo-signer who signed thousands of NJ foreclosure documents without a license [Post]

4. Bloomberg concedes the city “could have done better” on blizzard cleanup [NYT]
5. Washington, D.C.-based law firm BuckleySandler relocating NYC digs to 1133 Sixth Avenue [Post, 3rd item]

6. Redistricting battle looms for New York House members [NYT]

7. Textbook publisher AMSCO renews at longtime home, 315 Hudson [Post, 4th item]
8. Simon Property secures $4.6B loan to finance offer for Capital Shopping Centres Group [Bloomberg]

9. Virgo to open fourth Manhattan business center at 575 Lexington Avenue in early 2011 [Post, 5th item]

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