Related backs out of meeting for East New York Walmart, police block OWS protesters from Mayor Bloomberg’s home … and more

TRD New York /
Nov.November 21, 2011 08:35 AM
From left: Mayor Michael Bloomberg and his townhouse at 17 East 79th Street

1. Housing crash is driving demand for suburban living

2. Cops prevent OWS protesters from chanting outside Mayor Bloomberg’s UES townhouse

3. Mary Ann Tighe calls NYC a “romantic 20th century city”

4. Amount of available U.S. retail space will drop in 2012 for the first time since 2005
[Bloomberg News]

5. Aqueduct racino is a cash cow but hasn’t delivered on employment promises

6. Taiwan-based news animation company takes office space on West 46th Street

7. At last minute, Related backs out of Community Board 5 meeting over East New York Walmart

8. Georgia-based tech company Infor takes 43,000 square feet at 641 Sixth Avenue

9. At $4,234 per square foot, Superior Ink apartment is one of priciest non-penthouse sales of year

10. Helen Marshall reviews plan for ambitious spa with rooftop pool in College Point

11. Bensonhurst demographics are changing: Asian buyers replace Italian homeowners

12. Real estate in California and Florida is most sought after for outsiders

13. Tips for first-time small landlords

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