FAA says RKO Keith needs to cut four stories, office prices holding steady … and more:

TRD New York /
Oct.October 06, 2011 05:44 PM

1. FAA says RKO Keith needs to cut four stories from Flushing
building plan
[Queens Chronicle]

2. NYC office prices steady
[Businessweek]

3. UES residents upset about move of subway entrance
[DNAinfo]

4. Obama: Why would you vote against infrastructure repair?
[WNYC]

5. Friendly’s to close 63 stores
[NYT]

6. Eliminating mortgage deduction will save $215 billion
[WSJ]

7. Nets marketer: Ratner is modern-day Robert Moses
[Ad Age]

8. Barclays construction now 24/7
[Brooklyn Paper]

9. Why REITS are still valuable
[WSJ]

10. Balazs officially planning to Purchase Temple Court in Fidi
[Curbed]

11. UES brokers prepare for school rezoning
[DNAinfo]

12. A home in a former LES synagogue
[NYT]

13. NYPD: Only park owner can push out Zuccotti Park protesters
[DNAinfo]

14. Investor David Shak sells Fifth Avenue apartment
[NYO]

15. How Glassybaby worked on increasing its New York foot traffic
in Greenwich Village
[NYT]

16. Inside a “Walmart Express”
[Brooklyn Paper]

17. Brownsville trying to rescue Belmont Avenue
[Brooklyn Ink]

18. Bidding to start at 205 Water Street
[CurbedI]

19. Polish residents hanging on as Greenpoint undergoes ethnic changes
[Brooklyn Ink]

20. Bronx development gets City Council committee approval
[New York World ]

21. First Hutch Metro building 93 percent filled, construction of second
tower begins
[Bronx Times]

22. City doesn’t find operator for Forest Park carousel, new RFP ahead
[Queens Chroncile]

23. The geography of same-sex couples
[Atlantic Cities]

24. New eatery planned on Farmer’s Boulevard in St. Albans [Queens Chronicle]


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