City stops redevelopment of Greenpoint Hospital, People’s United Bank takes flagship at 250 Park Avenue … and more

November 30, 2011 08:18AM

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Rendering of “Urban Umbrella” scaffolding

1. People’s United Bank signs lease for 7,241-square-foot flagship at 250 Park Avenue
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2. City stops redevelopment of Greenpoint Hospital after contractor was found to have underpaid workers [Brooklyn Paper]
3. Bids due Dec. 7 on non-performing, $21.7M note for portfolio of six Upper Manhattan buildings
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4. New, more aesthetically pleasing scaffolding to debut at 100 Broadway next month
[NYT]

5. City Council votes to extend increased hotel tax, adds roughly $2 to hotel room cost
[WSJ]

6. State and federal transportation agencies lack funds to renovate BQE and Gowanus Expressway
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7. RKF marketing material for 74 Third Avenue retail hints at forthcoming large residential building
[EV Grieve]

8. Doormen and maintenance workers’ SEIU Local 32BJ will hold a strike vote tomorrow
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9. Hell’s Kitchen gay sports bar tries changing entrance location to appease opponents [DNAinfo]
10. Longtime residents of Flushing building for Holocaust survivors lament changing demographics
[NYT]

11. FIT restructures lease at 236 West 27th Street
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