This Week in Comments 

TRD New York /
Nov.November 21, 2008 05:03 PM

From comments posted this week on The Real Deal’s daily blog.

How about a little wine with that condo?

Tuesday, November 18: You’ve got to be kidding, right? Forget about the case of wine and drop the price by $500 a square foot!

Halstead joins commercial market

Monday, November 17: It sounds like they must be doing poorly with
residential real estate. They are looking for new ways to stay above
water.

Elliman cancels annual holiday bash
Thursday, November 20: Hey Elliman brokers, come to us at Citi [Habitats] — we’ll take care of you.

Landmarks to vote on NYU’s Silver Towers

Monday, November 17: I hope NYU retains the option to raze those ugly blocks.

Kravitz slashes price again, others buy and sell

Monday, November 17: This guy has been trying to sell this apartment for years. Either he should price it properly or remove it from the market. Dude, just because you are a rock star, doesn’t mean I want to overpay for your apartment with swings in the living room.

Sloan-Kettering bails on Sutton tower buy, loses $5M deposit
Wednesday, November 19: Memorial Sloan-Kettering probably has had a major decrease in the value of its endowment funds and felt that spending $57 million on the building was imprudent at this time.


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