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Articles from Real Estate Weekly (November 3, 2004)

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$14M finishing touches for Union Square Park. 403
$25m loans aid NYC redevelopment projects. Brief Article 124
$31M Corporate sale inked in NJ. Brief Article 142
$95m for South Park. Brief Article 107
'Media district' welcomes radio co. Brief Article 249
'Visionary' collects accolade. 393
21st Century renovation. Brief Article 178
220 Davidson Ave. sells for $16m. 166
30M hospitality deal. Brief Article 121
66,000 s/f deal closed at 136 Madison Avenue. Brief Article 163
Adams & Co. records a studio lease. Brief Article 117
Advance Realty Group celebrates its 25th anniversary on Sept.30. Brief Article 312
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University recently broke ground for a new $200 million, 201,000 s/f medical research facility, to be known as the Michael F. Price Center for Genetic and Translational Medicine/ Harold and Muriel Block Research Pavilion. 154
Alvarez & Marsal. Brief Article 89
Annual REBNY Fall 2004 Golf & Tennis Outing, held at Metropolis Country Club Monday, September 13, 2004. 417
Antitrust lawsuit filed against REBNY listing. Geiger, Daniel 595
Around the town: events seminars meetings talks. Calendar 836
Ashforth makes the "A List". Brief Article 225
At a recent luncheon of the Greater New York Chapter of the Institute of Real Estate Management, President Michael Martino, CPM swore in a new Accredited Residential Manager (ARM). Brief Article 91
Bruce Mosler named among city's top business leaders. 549
Buildings 'revolution' revealed. 355
C&W completes $8M transaction. Brief Article 179
Calendar. Calendar 497
Carlton closes Bank Center deal. Brief Article 201
Carlton does a deal for Santa Rosa hotel. Brief Article 157
CB Richard Ellis becomes agent for 433 Murray Hill. Brief Article 204
CB Richard Ellis. Brief Article 91
CBRE tuned in to radio firm's space requirement. Brief Article 304
City Council calls for tougher security laws. Misonzhnik, Elaine 524
City's retail rents on the rise, says REBNY. 397
Co-ops lock in on credit lines. Brief Article 272
Cohen arranges corporate deal. Brief Article 117
Conference celebrates $11B industry. Brief Article 251
Cooper-Horowitz, Inc. Brief Article 112
Cushman & Wakefield leader helps women in business. Brief Article 285
Doors thrown open at TRITEC. Brief Article 286
Dot-com expands. Brief Article 147
Fifth agency. Brief Article 193
Fifth Avenue deemed "most expensive" in the world. 370
Financial firm takes 35,000 s/f. Brief Article 187
First Hallmark lends to the needy. 478
GCP Capital Group LLC. Brief Article 278
GE Commercial becomes twice as nice. Brief Article 222
Goldschmidt & Associates. Brief Article 142
High energy as AREW kicks off new season. 562
High-rise residential appointment at Plaza. Brief Article 270
Historic CT sale nets $6M. Brief Article 213
Houlihan/Lawrence markets Wood Hollow luxury estate. Brief Article 228
How construction management can simplify build-outs. Hidary, Eddie 962
HRH going green in Harlem. 321
IABS looks to the future of the building industry. 321
Industry veteran tapped. Brief Article 110
Interim financing right for developer. Brief Article 171
Jonathan Mechanic set to be honored. Brief Article 275
L.J. Melody finances Grassmere project. Brief Article 120
Latest PWC fair guides would-be entrepreneurs. 394
Lease deals at 485 Mad. Brief Article 102
Malpractice insurer grows and relocates. Brief Article 280
Massey Knakal Realty Services. Brief Article 130
Meridian. Brief Article 204
Mogull cooking up a deal for restaurant space. Brief Article 290
New diamond district gem. Brief Article 250
New Plaza owner retains Fairmont to manage hotel. Brief Article 278
New restaurant to open in Nolita. Brief Article 151
NYARM honors city managers. Brief Article 202
NYMC takes gamble on palatial new home. Brief Article 182
On the web. Illustration 468
Park plans. 124
Patience pays off as Eastern inks $20M sale. 344
Pergolis Swartz. Brief Article 108
Piece of cake. Brief Article 121
Power gets a new name in the city. 677
Red Robin names BCD as its agent of choice. Brief Article 125
Related fulfills school's needs. 457
Russo's industrial park plan gets green light. Brief Article 297
Scaling down pays off for firms with big ideas. Geiger, Daniel 461
Schultz Organization/TCN Worldwide. Brief Article 173
Seaboard signs a Turnpike deal. 342
Silverstein sees 100,000 new jobs. Nelson, Barbara 506
Slain consultant mourned. Nelson, Barbara Obituary 328
Solar-powered roof a big hit. Brief Article 221
Spa opens its doors. Brief Article 192
Spurred by a generous endowment from real estate magnate Richard LeFrak to insure that the Central Park statue honoring hero sled dog Balto is preserved forever. Brief Article 110
Stamford's luxury condo project receives critical acclaim. 314
Sub-market plot thickens for Reckson. Brief Article 266
Team work is the key in historic projects. Plotka, Robert 836
The Lincoln car comes to NY. 333
Thomas K. Wright, executive vice president of the Regional Plan Association, shared his organization's initiatives concerning existing regional infrastructure plus the future of New York City's West Side at the October 12 luncheon of the Young Men's/Women's Real Estate Organization (YM/WREA). 80
Times Sq. new home to lawyers. Brief Article 228
Top award. Brief Article 99
Toy Center up for sale: Flatiron gem a candidate for conversion. Misonzhnik, Elaine 557
Trump going solo. Brief Article 104
Turkish jeweler signs on Fifth. Brief Article 199
ULI education program rolls out in four NYC schools. 397
Update on New York's Facade inspection law. Epstein, Alan S. 982
Wachovia's "hired gun" expands on securitization. Nelson, Barbara 841
Warburg Realty opens office in underserved Harlem area. Transcript 303
Yonkers' Issan House wins award. Brief Article 183

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