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Manhattan foreclosures spike in May, Century 21 nearly doubles space across from WTC … and more

June 08, 2011 04:40PM

1. Manhattan foreclosures “spike” to 32 in May, a two-year high
[Curbed]

2. But citywide, foreclosures dropped 38 percent year-over-year [Crain’s]
3. 83,367-square-foot UES low-rise with 77,000 feet of air rights hits market for first time in 50 years
[Post, 4th item]

4. Brookfield Properties president says major positions in Lower Manhattan, West Side appealed to Mitch Rudin [NYO]
5. Fort Greene tire shop reopening is a “victory” for the community
[NYT]

6. 2011 Hampton Designer Showhouse has chosen to showcase 1224 Scuttle Hole Road, on the market for $6.45M [Curbed]
7. City to crackdown on hazardous apartment conversions [Post]
8. An architectural review of the new buildings framing the High Line
[NY Mag]

9. Century 21 adds 109,000 square feet to its current 120,000 across from the World Trade Center
[Post, 2nd item]

10. Office subleases are increasingly turning into direct leases
[NYT]

11. Owners of the Delancey pick up triplex space for new bar at 95 Delancey
[Post, 5th item]



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