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Articles from Real Estate Weekly (September 21, 2011)

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A look back over the past decade reveals thriving New York. 574
Adams & Co. 379
Affordable housing to rise in Richmond Hill. 570
Agents get ahead of the game: Bergen Heights, LLC. Brief article 153
AIA launches Archtober festival. 390
Alexander Hamilton's home restored. 501
Ariel Properties looks back at summertime multifamily leasing. 531
Around town: events seminars meetings talks. Calendar 2032
As real as it gets at 25 Broad at The Exchange. 268
Benaim continues to bulk up in booming LIC. 511
Biodiesel distribution facility brings jobs, clean energy to LI. 526
Both victory and defeat for landmarks. Li, Roland 423
Brookfield makes Class A acquisition: Brookfield Office Properties. 152
Building Owners and Managers of New York (BOMA-NY) sealed the decade of 9/11 with Remembrance & Renewal, its Tenth Anniversary Commemoration of the tragedy before more than 250 individuals from across the commercial real estate spectrum. 159
C & W leases warehouse. 236
Cafe leases space on Amsterdam Avenue. 116
Cap rates for drug store sector compress. 470
Cassidy Turley expands to Boston. Brief article 234
Colliers writes Rx for Union Sq. Duane Reade. 143
Developer Eddie Hidary has tapped Massey Knakal to sell a Brooklyn development site where he'd planned to build a condo for Orthodox Jews. 110
Developer strikes rental gold: Zahav Properties, LLC. 165
Do interest rates still pose a risk? Knakal, Bob 838
Early access agreements keep landlords ahead of the curve. Casareale, Anthony; Traurig, Greenberg 927
East Village walkup sold. Brief article 132
Eastern Consolidated markets Journal Square fee interest. 247
Express joins influx of national retailers to Downtown Brooklyn. 344
First Market snags Phoenix multi-family: First Market Properties. Brief article 180
Fro-yo franchise expands. 173
From pop-ups to dept stores, Fashion Week spurs retail activity. Consolo, Faith Hope 852
Game Stop gearing up to open in Jackson Heights. 268
GCP Capital Group LLC. 188
Ginnie Mae strong. 134
Halstead starts selling Fino175: Antonio Calvo. Brief article 177
Helios arranges NJ condo sale. Brief article 175
Hertz sells East Side properties. Geiger, Daniel 607
Himmel + Meringoff Properties' 411 Lafayette Street boasts 100% occupancy following three new leases signed recently, which together total 50,000 s/f. 220
Hospitality lenders guardedly optimistic. 463
JLL tapped to market Tower 52. 293
JLL unveils priciest streets. 470
John Burger, senior vice president and managing director at Brown Harris Stevens, has just been ranked the top agent in the country. Brief article 211
Korea Village on the market. Brief article 154
Landlord protections make for stronger lease agreements. Chadi, Dina 804
Luxury buyers put their money in 41 Bond market. Li, Roland 696
Maintenance staff prepare for winter. 488
Massey Knackal. Brief article 146
Mattress store secures 3rd Brooklyn location. 147
Medical property sold after multiple bids: Colliers International. 141
Meebo takes space at 641 6th. Geiger, Daniel 367
Meridian Capital Group, LLC. 276
MNS takes on FDB: RGS Holdings. Brief article 135
Natixis nixes deal at 9 West 57th Street. Geiger, Daniel 613
New Century relocates to 452 5th. Geiger, Daniel 561
New lease for Le Pain. 141
New listings. 1167
NorthMarq Capital. Brief article 287
NYU seeks parkland designation. Li, Roland 382
On the web. Table 528
Paella bar joins 2nd Ave restaurant row. 132
Post-9/11, divergent paths in NY and DC. 783
Rare beauty appreciated. Brief article 164
Real Property Deficiency Studies are worth the cost. De Stefanis, Mark 721
Real tricky: virtual staging giving buyers a new perspective: marketing technique that turns shabby into chic with click of a mouse. Grey, Liana Cover story 1002
REBNY engine gets revved up. 315
Reid returns to give Lipstick Building new gloss. Li, Roland 848
RXR gets stake in 620 Sixth: RXR Realty. 253
Sands, Markowitz launch firm. Brief article 170
Sheffield penthouses open: Rose Associates. 160
Six boys and girls at an event held by Life Changers Church and Ministries on 101st Street, between Lexington and Park Avenues, were among the 1,000 East Harlem students receiving brand new backpacks filled with supplies, as part of an annual back-to-school initiative organized and paid for by Tahl-Propp Equities. 108
Skanska designs 7 Line subway extension. 405
Southport loan secured. Brief article 141
Space leased for largest rooftop solar project in U.S. 459
Spector designs new office at 100 Church. 360
Stone Street makes multi-family purchase. Brief article 147
The Bean takes Times Sq. Brief article 220
The Kaufman Organization. 255
TJ Maxx latest addition to Wall Street's booming retail corridor. 205
Treeline secures LI lease renewal. 156
Uniqlo to open on UES. 287
Vogue, QVC lease SoHo space during Fashion Week. 318
Welness center to rise in New Brunswick. 383

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