CBRE expects high-growth decade for new office development, penthouse at Midtown’s Park Avenue Place lists for $13M … and more

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Feb.February 11, 2013 08:00 AM

1. CBRE expects high-growth decade for new office development [WSJ, 1st item]
2. Penthouse at Midtown’s Park Avenue Place lists for $13M [Curbed]
3. Snowstorm Nemo causes hullaballoo in the Rockaways [NYDN]
4. Co-op share allocations, selling a condo at auction, and more [NYT]
5. New schools slated for Chelsea, Hell’s Kitchen [DNAinfo]
6. The Hopper-Gibbons House, Manhattan’s only Underground Railroad stop, in midst of preservation dispute [NYDN]
7. Restaurant tycoon Danny Meyer is New Yorker of the Year [Crain’s]
8. U.S. Justice Deptartment sues Standard & Poor’s for mortgage fraud [Crain’s]
9. Super at Greenpoint building stole gas, nearly blew up building in the process [NYDN]
10. Russian analyst could see prison if she doesn’t stop illegally renting out her 80 John Street condo [NYP]
11. East Village is New York City’s tea, coffee hub [EV Grieve]
12. New Haven, Conn. sees commercial development, at long last [WSJ]

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