Bowery seeks National Register of Historic Places designation, Manhattan office vacancies continue to decline … and more

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1. Activists seek National Register of Historic Places designation for the Bowery
[NYT]

2. Amount of vacant office space has fallen in Manhattan by 10.8M square feet since 2010
[WSJ]

3. Fate of affordable housing project in Bushwick uncertain after HPD scandal
[NYDN]

4. U.S. REITs trading at cheapest level in two years
[Bloomberg News]

5. S.I. jail undergoing $25M repair was among those State intends to close
[NYDN]

6. 510-foot glass tower on UES manages to fit in with local cityscape
[WSJ]

4. State bureaucracy is keeping Queens resident from rebuilding bungalow destroyed by Irene
[NYDN]

7. Bad second mortgages could cost big banks $23B more than anticipated
[Bloomberg News]

8. Reunion for residents of UWS housing project razed in 1950s during slum clearance
[NYT]

9. Asbestos scare forces relocation of students from P.S. 143 in Corona
[NYDN]

10. Powered by city, New York state has country’s lowest home ownership rate
[Business Review]

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