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

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

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

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

5. Distressed sales drive down U.S. commercial property prices

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

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

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

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

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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