The Real Deal New York

A look back at the decade that spawned myriad ‘starchitects’, new Manhattan rental firm intends to market itself next year …  and more

December 18, 2009 04:59PM

1. New Manhattan rental firm intends to market itself next year [Crain’s]
2. Donald Trump’s lawyer to challenge state senator in Democratic primary [Our Town]
3. Brooklyn Bridge Park may become the new Central Park [NYDN]
4. Vouchers which guarantee low rents for residents have expired [NYDN]
5. Lower East Side arts collective ABC No Rio receives $1 million anonymous donation [Curbed]
6. David Rubenstein atrium in Lincoln Center opens today [Arch Paper]
7. Broadway director Hal Prince buys $12.5 million Upper East Side townhouse [NYO]
8. Prices could drop another 10 to 12 percent before hitting bottom, Deutsche Bank says [Housing Wire]
9. With luxury home mortgage defaults on the rise, more high-end property owners turning to short sales [Bloomberg]
10. Exterior remodeling provides best return on investment, according to NAR [My Central Jersey]
11. A look back at the decade that spawned myriad ‘starchitects’ [LA Times]
12. KB Home CFO didn’t depart due to SEC probe, insiders say [Fox Business]
13. Long Island architect highest bidder for condo at 110 Central Park South [Malcolm Carter]
14. Bad weather and safety improvements hindering demolition at Deutsche Bank building [Downtown Express]
15. Marc Jacobs renting a Chelsea duplex for $15,000 a month [NY Mag]
16. Commercial real estate has long way to go to recovery, PricewaterhouseCoopers survey finds [Reuters] 

17. General Growth shareholders granted $100M dividend by judge [WSJ]

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