Evening Links: CMBS Offering; A New High Line?
Eliot Brown July 29, 2010, 8:07 p.m.
A judge tossed a lawsuit by designated developer-turned-rejected bidder Aqueduct Entertainment Group, which was challenging state’s decision to boot it from the race to develop the Aqueduct racetrack. (Crain’s)
The Center for an Urban Future wants to take the land under a viaduct in East Harlem and make it into a mile-long market. (Curbed)
Mikhail Prokhorov is on the cover of Forbes Russia. (Atlantic Yards Report)
Brookfield Properties, in the market for tenants, funded a video touting the planned WTC PATH station. (WSJ)
The fourth CMBS sale of the year is going out to buyers. (Bloomberg)
The planned Flushing Commons development in Queens was approved by the City Council. (TRD)
Related’s apparently having some corporate bedbug problems. (Curbed)