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

3. UES residents upset about move of subway entrance

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

5. Friendly’s to close 63 stores

6. Eliminating mortgage deduction will save $215 billion

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

10. Balazs officially planning to Purchase Temple Court in Fidi

11. UES brokers prepare for school rezoning

12. A home in a former LES synagogue

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

14. Investor David Shak sells Fifth Avenue apartment

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

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

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

18. Bidding to start at 205 Water Street

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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