NYC medical centers pour $2B into development, Arizona broker targets weather-weary New Yorkers … and more

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Dec.December 13, 2012 08:00 AM

1. NYC medical centers pour $2 billion into building new research facilities, using tax-exempt financing [WSJ]
2. Broker advertises Kingman, Ariz. to weather-weary New Yorkers [NYDN]
3. A look into the history of the West Village’s Trowmart Inn at 607 Hudson Street [Dayton In Manhattan]
4. $3.1 billion net leased portfolio poised to trade hands [CoStar]
5. Kevin Bacon wins Landmark Commission approval for penthouse alterations [Curbed]
6. Atlantic Avenue BID scores $75,000 grant to renovate Atlantic Avenue underpass, separating Brooklyn Heights from Brooklyn Bridge Park [Brooklyn Paper]
7. Au Bon Pain signs on for 2,600 square feet at 111 Fulton Street in the Financial District [NYO]
8. Upper East Side’s Philip House sells six of nine units in two months [Curbed]
9. Bed-Stuy townhouse asks more than $1 million after selling for just $224,000 in July [Curbed]
10. And a look at whats on the market on the Caribbean island of Nevis [NYT]

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