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
[Yahoo]

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

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
[EVGrieve]

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

6. Kremer brothers to open second taqueria at 11 Carmine Street
[Crain’s]

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

8. Lower room rates entice visitors to outer borough hotels
[Crain’s]

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
[Bloomberg]

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

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
[Patch]

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

15. NYC developers stop churning out skyscrapers
[WSJ]

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

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


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