What the center of the Manhattan market looks like, Vornado sues DSW over back-rent … and more

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Jan.January 16, 2013 05:00 PM

1. What you get at the very center of the Manhattan market [Curbed]
2. Vornado is claiming that DSW owes $500,000 in back rent for New Jersey mall location [Law 360]
3. 100 units of supportive and low-income housing coming to Brownsville [Brownstoner]
4. HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan to stay on for Obama’s second term [WSJ]
5. Deutsche Bank analysts say housing could contribute a full percentage point to GDP [Housing Wire]
6. Family chooses to demolish home damaged by Sandy [NY1]
7. Newmark Grubb Knight Frank’s rapidly expanding hotels division makes three new hires [NYO]
8. No New York hotels made TripAdvisor’s list of America’s best hotels [Business Insider]
9. Demolition begins at Brooklyn’s City Tech site [Brownstoner]
10. Do more guns translate into lower property values? [AOL]
11. A diner, a nightclub and other over-the-top in-home amenities [Forbes]
12. Remembering Marie Christopher, a tireless advocate for Lower East Side tenants [Lo-Down]
13. Lennar expands into the rental market [WSJ]

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