Bloomberg set to pick Cornell for science school today, Massey Knakal to raise equity fund … and more

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Creedmoor Psychiatric Center in Queens Village

1. Bloomberg is expected to pick Cornell today for NYC graduate science program
[NYT]

2. Massey Knakal raises $50M equity fund with Stamford, Conn.-based RiverOak
[WSJ, 3rd item]

3. Judge orders Indian group to disclose records in connection to state’s discounted Creedmoor land grant in Queens Village
[Post]

4. Another court sides with tenants by ordering the Chetrits to clean up Hotel Chelsea amid renovations
[DNAinfo]

5. Tech firms Thrillist and Foursquare thrive at 568 Broadway in Soho
[NYDN]

6. Housing program gives first of 95 once-foreclosed homes to first-time homeowner in St. Albans
[Post]

7. New York Public Library is working to sell five floors in B. Altman building at 188 Madison Avenue
[NYT]

8. Owners could put Worldwide Plaza at 825 Eighth Avenue on the market
[WSJ, 2nd item]

9. Ad tech firm AppNexus expands to 66,000 square feet at 28 West 23rd Street
[Post]

10. Vantage Partners gets into the LIC condo development act, as real estate continues to boom in the area
[NYDN]

11. Foreign buyers helped keep real estate market stable in 2011, brokers say
[NY1]

12. Mercedes House revitalizes once-drab stretch of 11th Avenue
[NYDN]


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