UWS plan to limit storefront size amended, pros make good deals despite drop in distressed note sales … and more

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Apr.April 26, 2012 05:00 PM

1. UWS plan to limit storefront size amended in effort to address concerns of property owners [West Side Rag]
2. Even with drop in distressed note sales, some pros still able to make good deals [NYO]
3. FTC recommends including real estate data company Xceligent in CoStar’s acquisition of LoopNet [Washington Business Journal]
4. Time-lapse video of 1WTC construction [NYO]
5. NY AG addresses media reports about MBS investigation unit [NYDN]
6. Who knew that an FDNY marine company dwelling could turn heads? [Architectural Digest]
7. Potential buyers flock to open houses, but does that mean they’ll always buy? [Post]
8. South Slope Brooklyn dive Timboo’s closes [Lost New York City]
9. Two schools get last-minute reprieve before DOE policy panel was set to close 24 others [Post]
10. Downtown scaffold collapse injures three workers [NY1]
11. Barclays Center to give hiring priority to local Brooklyn residents and training program grads [Gothamist]
12. Williamsburg waterfront developments attract hipsters from across city [Post]
13. NYC eatery Beaumarchais to open location in East Hampton for summer [Hamptons.com]
14. What to expect these next few years in condo development [Post]


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