Commercial prices are rising on Staten Island, get a view from the top of 1 WTC … and more

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Aug.August 15, 2012 05:00 PM

1. Commercial properties along corridors on Staten Island’s North Shore command million-dollar asking prices [Staten Island Advance]
2. Get a view from the top of the world at 1 WTC [Curbed]
3. Home buyer satisfaction at all-time low in history of J.D. Power and Associates survey[J.D. Power and Associates press release]
4. So much for the glitz and glam: Even celebs aren’t immune to foreclosure woes [Forbes]
5. Franchising the Marquee nightclub risks clubs that are too predictable for clients, and therefore uncool [Slate]
6. As Saudi Arabia develops a women-only city: will it help the country become more productive? [The Atlantic Cities]
7. Home-hunter who toured 150 apartments defends $700,000 purchase on UWS home [Business Insider]
8. Taylor Swift buys Cape Cod property across from Kennedy compound [Inside Edition]
9. Ipsos North America renews 22,500-sf 360 Park Avenue South sublease for 10 years [NYO]
10. As Abu Dhabi rises up, will vestiges of its past be preserved? [The Atlantic Cities]

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