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1. Microsoft will open a holiday pop-up shop in the Time Warner Center [Crain’s]
2. Hacking of Go Daddy brought down websites of prominent real estate companies including Colliers, Durst and CIM Group [NYO]
3. Zadroga law is formally expanded to cover more than 50 types of cancer potentially contracted at Ground Zero [NYDN]
4. Downtown Brooklyn’s Toren condo fills retail space with organic market [Brooklyn Paper]
5. City officials may not be responding quick enough to rising seas risk, that could destroy low-lying Financial District [NYT]
6. Blackstone allows Area Property Partners-owned national hotel landlord Eagle Hospitality to avoid foreclosure by selling 13 debt-ridden properties [WSJ]
7. A progress report of the World Trade Center [NYO]
8. As Treasury unloads AIG shares, the controversial bailout may have actually been profitable [NYT]
9. Gay couple sues church that allegedly wouldn’t sell them a Massachusetts mansion for fear they’d host gay weddings [Daily Mail]
10. A look at the Brooklyn Nets’ herringbone hardwood court in the Barclays Center [Post]
11. Backers of Kingsbridge Armory’s ice center proposal say development would generate $1.3B in economic activity [NYDN]
12. Novogratz-designed Alphabet City stucco townhouse hits market for $12.4M [WSJ]
13. Chadbourne & Parke’s rent for Dewey’s old space at 1301 Sixth: $82 per foot [WSJ]
14. General Growth rejects investors’ calls to put itself up for sale [Bloomberg]
15. Hotels are hoping to find the right digital perks to attract customers [NYT]
16. Elton John sells pair of Hollywood condos for $4.65M [LA Times]
17. Like New York, London’s office market is becoming increasingly reliant on media and technology [GlobeSt]
18. George Soros said a housing bubble is brewing in Berlin [Bloomberg]