Trump will build $10M Bronx golf course, Sunset Park is most affordable neighborhood in Brooklyn … and more

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Dec.December 27, 2011 08:43 AM
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Sunset Park in Brooklyn

1. City selects Donald Trump to build $10M golf course near Whitestone Bridge in Bronx
[ABC]

2. European Union to lease 45,000 square feet at 666 Third Avenue for $40.5M
[Bloomberg]

3. Supreme Court may upset current rent-control system in NYC
[New American]

4. Real estate bubbles are set to burst in emerging markets, which lack the infrastructure for a stable recovery
[Seeking Alpha]

5. Building cleaners buy TV ads for new contracts, asks whether $47K is enough to raise a family in the city
[Crain’s]

6. Sunset Park is “most affordable neighborhood, per square foot, in Brooklyn”
[NYT]

7. Goldwater Hospital on Roosevelt Island must maneuver patients to make room for Cornell construction
[Post]

8. Walking through the absurdities of the annual “How much should I tip my doorman” question
[NYT]

9. Dallas-based company will pay for $1.4M greening of 125 Maiden Lane to pocket 10 years of energy savings
[Crain’s]

10. Southern Baptists plan for 50 new churches in NYC-area over next five years as influence grows
[NYT]

11. Mayor Bloomberg’s promised ice rink in the Bronx won’t happen because Con Ed can’t supply electricity
[NYDN]

12. Classic Columbus Circle newsstand prepares for new life as bike rental hub
[NYT]

13. DOB may padlock decrepit Middle Village home as owner has racked up $25,000 in fines
[NYDN]

14. Hamptons architect who also sold prefabricated cottages in Macy’s dies at 87
[NYT]

15. Lehman, Fannie Mae settle dispute over mortgage claims
[Bloomberg]


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