Judge rules against landlord in second-hand smoke case … and more

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Feb.February 08, 2011 11:47 PM

1. Judge rules against landlord in second-hand smoke case [Crain’s]
2. Paterson’s Catskills casino plan appears likely to flop in Washington [NYT]
3. City Council mulls upping the ante for landlords who skimp on heat [DNAinfo]
4. Renovation planned for Prospect Park West’s Pavilion Theater [Patch]

5. Hines Interests to develop vacant Bryant Park site with Pacolet Milliken [Post, 1st item]

6. Real estate bond market rebounding, making it easier for property owners to refinance [Bloomberg]
7. Jared Kushner’s editorial board: “Leave the Wilpons alone” [NYO]
8. Industry lobbyists say feds should get out of the mortgage business [Washington Post]

9. Ilan Bracha says Keller Williams will be the biggest brokerage in the city in five years [NYO]
10. Connecticut’s flat roofs caving in right and left under the weight of the snow [NYT]

11. The former Deutsche Bank building is no more [AP via Post]
12. Uncertainty surrounds possible Steinway Mansion sale after owner’s death [NYT]
13. College Bound magazine publisher Luciano Rammairone buys at Nouvel’s 100 11th Avenue [NYO]


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