Aging in place no longer an option for some retirees, hotel at 35 Great Jones Street listed for sale … and more

TRD New York /
May.May 16, 2011 04:46 PM

1. Aging in place is no longer an option for some retirees as home equities decline in value

2. Hotel at 25 Great Jones Street listed for sale on Massey Knakal website

3. How to buy the right NYC apartment for your needs
[Brick Underground]

4. Health department closes Ray’s Candy Store at 113 Avenue A

5. UWS building at 208 West 96th Street goes rental

6. Kremer brothers to open second taqueria at 11 Carmine Street

7. Mariott Fairfield Inn at Third Avenue and Butler Street to finally open in June

8. Lower room rates entice visitors to outer borough hotels

9. New York commercial real estate sales and leases increase in volume
[International Business Times]

10. Manufacturing remains engine of recovery as home sales and construction remain low

11. The future is still uncertain for the Plaza’s Edwardian Room

12. A compilation of 50 years of new U.S. home sales statistics
[Biz Journals]

13. Park Slope’s Pavillion Theatre finds a new owner

14. Owners rent out their vacation homes as sales stall
[USA Today]

15. NYC developers stop churning out skyscrapers

16. Former B.F. Goodrich building at 1780 Broadway is empty

17. CB Richard Ellis announces sale of Connecticut property at One Dock Street for $15.8M
[Connecticut Plus]

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