The Real Deal New York

REBNY is OK with new rent-regulations, a prank at 95 Greene Street … and more

June 22, 2011 05:20PM

1. REBNY says new rent-regulations are “in the ballpark” of what it wanted
[GlobeSt]

2. Fannie Mae named Susan McFaraland its third CFO since bailout
[WSJ]

3. Construction site has been cleared for new charter school in Red Hook
[Brownstoner]

4. Residents of 95 Greene Street prank celeb photographer who owes more than $125K in common charges
[Curbed]

5. Distressed sales drive down U.S. commercial property prices
[Bloomberg]

6. New website displays real-time average color of city sky
[NY Mag]

7. Protesters of Mayor Bloomberg’s budget cuts promise more protests
[NYT]

8. The 42-unit building at 110 Warren Street in Cobble Hill has sold out
[Brownstoner]

9. Aegis Communication Group renews for 24,098 square feet at 80 Broad Street
[NYO]

10. Union Hotel in Gowanus opens, with rooms starting at $119 per night [Brownstoner]
11. Farmers market coming to Flushing? [NYDN]


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