Sale of two Queens hospitals blocked by bankruptcy judge … and more

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1. Custom built Long Island “dream home” available for $9 million [NYT]
2. Sale of two Queens hospitals blocked by bankruptcy judge [NYDN]
3. Inefficiency in the Dept. of Buildings persists despite Bloomberg’s overhaul, NY Times says [NYT]
4. Philadelphia tries to lure New Yorkers with cheaper rents [Crain’s]
5. Decontamination efforts on potential development sites [NYT]
6. Owner of two East Side buildings accused of Medicaid fraud [NYDN]
7. New federal guidelines for banks to regulate underperforming loans [WSJ]
8. Construction spending rises .08 percent nationally [Bloomberg]
9. Nearby tenants no longer have view of Yankee stadium [NYDN]
10. Foreclosures spread to the middle class [Newsweek]
11. Date for Harlem Costco opening set for Nov. 12 [East Harlem NYC]
12. Luxury homes available for slashed prices in Greenwich, Conn. [Forbes]
13. Is Fed avoiding commercial real estate bailout? [Zero Hedge]
14. How Goldman Sachs secretly bet on the U.S. housing crash [McClatchy]
15. Commercial real estate debt spreads as Fed reject bonds [Bloomberg]

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