Construction on track for new 57-unit senior living facility in the East Village … and more

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Jan.January 28, 2011 03:33 PM

1. Signs of development beginning to emerge in Harrison, N.J. [WSJ] 

2. Related makes its first construction loan [Crain’s]
3. Montauk residents sue town and city for causing erosion that threatens their homes [East Hampton Star] 

4. Sag Harbor cottages get approval from East Hampton board for redevelopment plan [Sag Harbor Express] 

5. Designer Jennifer Post renovates her home in the Apthorp [WSJ] 

6. Most New Yorkers oppose former Gov. Paterson’s deal to open Catskills casino [Post] 

7. Cartoon depicts the motivated home seller [Inman] 

8. Jackson Heights residents trying to prevent developer from taking over field of private school [WSJ]

9. NYT calls Lower Manhattan a media hotspot [Mediabistro]

10. HootSuite creator opens Manhattan office near Union Square and Madison Square Park [Mediabistro]

11. Construction on track for new 57-unit senior living facility in the East Village [EV Grieve]

12. Fannie and Freddie nabbed $20.9 billion from banks that were forced to buy back mortgages [WSJ]

13. PricewaterhouseCoopers bullish on 2011 commercial outlook [Reit.com]


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