Landmarks approves alterations for school on High Line, New York is second in commercial real estate recovery … and more

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Feb.February 16, 2011 05:12 PM

1. Landmarks approves alterations for private school on the High Line [Curbed]
2. Platinum Properties executive VP Danny Hedaya talks about his hottest listing [NYDN] 

3. NY ranks second after D.C. in commercial real estate pricing recovery: CoStar [NYO] 

4. Unopened Soho Mondrian hotel hosting parties for Fashion Week [Hotel Chatter] 

5. Proposed law wants landlords to post Bill of Rights for tenants [NY1] 

6. NAR may have overstated decline in sales of existing homes, CoreLogic says [Inman] 

7. Spoof website jokes about property tax caps [NYT] 

8. Greenpoint residents frustrated over MTA delays in building waterfront park [NYDN] 

9. NY investors make tentative deal to buy the U.S. Steel Tower, Pittsburg’s tallest building [WSJ]
10. Revel Casino in Atlantic City secures full financing [Post] 

11. Two stalled LES hotels may see new signs of life [Curbed] 

12. Former property of Long Island College Hospital sells in Cobble Hill [Brooklyn Eagle] 

13. Wilpons have no plans to give up controlling interest in Mets [Post] 

14. Steel structure on Carroll Gardens building dubbed “Hell Building” is coming down [NYDN]


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