New Best Western hotel slated for Downtown Brooklyn, Brooklyn homes fail to sell at auction … and more

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1. New Best Western hotel slated for Downtown Brooklyn [Brownstoner]
2. Some suspect slow sales on REO properties will drag down home prices [Housing Wire]

3. Best-selling author Dominick Dunne’s Lyme, Conn., home listed for $2.1 million [CityFile]
4. Brooklyn residents debate proposed Quaker School [Brooklyn Paper]
5. Edgar Allen Poe’s Bronx home slated for restoration [NYDN]
6. Zagat 2010 survey says more restaurants opened than closed this year [Crain’s] 

7. Mark David inks deal with Naked Apartments [Brownstoner]
8. Brooklyn homes fail to sell at auction [Brownstoner]
9. Sotheby’s International Realty’s “ultra-luxury” specialist talks shop [NYO]
10. Tougher predatory lending laws linked to lower foreclosure rates in some states [National Mortgage News]
11. Hurdles remain before Russian billionaire can make Nets investment [Hoops World] 
12. Queens developer constructs all-green house [Queens Crap]
13. Famed architect I.M. Pei to win Royal Institute of British Architects’ gold medal, the highest honor [Mediabistro]

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