Jones Lang maps out massive NYC expansion, car-free city coming to rural China … and more

TRD New York /
Oct.October 25, 2012 08:00 AM

1. Santander’s earnings dive 94 percent, after Spanish real estate loses [NYT]
2. High-density, car-free “satellite city” coming to rural China [Dezeen]
3. Perhaps inspired by Walmart strikers, 80 CEOs organize to push Congress into reducing the federal deficit [WSJ]
4. SL Green expands lease 131,946 square feet at 100 Church Street [Herald Online]
5. Christie administration’s anti-foreclosure plan faces problems, distributes only fraction of $300M in available aid [SF Chronicle]
6. Possibly the oldest synagogue in Queens escapes wrecking ball
7. NYC’s Bialystocker Nursing Home and Merchant’s House named two of America’s most endangered buildings. [Curbed]
8. Cape Cod’s 7.6-acre “Idlewild” estate to hit the auction block next month [Boston Business Journal]
9. 67-story crucifix proposed by architect in Liverpool, England [Curbed]
10. A haunted Staten Island home is on the market just in time for Halloween [WSJ]
11. Jones Lang LaSalle plans to expand by 25 percent in NYC and NJ [Real Estate Weekly]

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