U.S. office vacancies reach five-year high of 16.5 percent, Astroland to apply for return to Coney Island … and more

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1. Astroland to apply for return to Coney Island, owner says [NYDN]
2. Fannie and Freddie to help independent mortgage banks acquire short-term credit [WSJ]
3. High home sales rates a sign of market recovery [Inman News]
4. Flatbush landlord racks up 259 housing code violations and a slew of angry tenants [NYDN]
5. U.S. office vacancies reach five-year high of 16.5 percent [Bloomberg]

6. Midtown’s Edith Andrews Logan Residence designated a city landmark [NYT]
7. ESDC has not released key Atlantic Yards document [No Land Grab via Brooklyn Paper]
8. Owner Extell Development moves to block landmark designation at 225 West 57th Street buildings [NYO]
9. Starwood Capital, TPG led bidding in purchase of Corus Bankshares assets [Bloomberg]
10.
Demolition of ex-Deutsche Bank building to resume at Ground Zero [NYT]
11. Brooklyn middle school spars with expanding charter school over use of renovated library [NYDN]

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