Evening Links: BBC to 1120 Sixth; Mania for 80/20

The Brits invade Sixth Ave: The BBC is headed to 1120 Avenue of the Americas. (TRD)

The Paterson administration has a new program to insure loans on over-leveraged apartment buildings. (TRD)

Richard Lipsky is unhappy with the Flushing Commons deal, worrying that the community could be left with a vacant lot. (Neighborhood Retail Alliance)

After a lull, a whole lot of developers want 80/20 financing. (Crain’s)

A swath of Vanderbilt Ave in Brooklyn gets ready to become a historic district. (Brooklyn Paper)

There’s some new luxury living on the Bowery at the Bowery Continental. (Curbed)

A promised “meditation room” at Atlantic Yards needn’t be more than 150 feet. (Atlantic Yards Report)

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