Mansion sees $10 million price cut, Citigroup Center stripped of name … and more

TRD New York /
Dec.December 12, 2008 05:59 PM

1. 408 East 94th Street sees almost $10 million price cut [NYO]

2. Citigroup Center to be stripped of its name [NYO] and [Bloomberg]
3. Twenty9th Park Madison condo 70 percent sold out [Curbed]
4. Port Authority hands over $26 million to Larry Silverstein for WTC delays [Crain’s]

5. Excluding worst states, foreclosures drop in November [Seeking Alpha]
6. Housing stability based on strong borrowers [Seeking Alpha]
7. Bad signs for future foreclosures [Seeking Alpha]
8. Construction moving along at new Dumbo performance space [Brooklyn Eagle]
9. Design for Red Hook food vendors revealed [Brownstoner]
10. Tuscan townhouses rise in Red Hook [Brownstoner]
11. Mayor Bloomberg said affordable housing program will go forward [GlobeSt]
12. Union wants more production space in Garment District rezoning [NYO]
13. 178 Bleecker Street might be demolished [Curbed]
14. Windsor Terrace community board wants to downzone part of the neighborhood [Brooklyn Eagle]
15. “Mystical” Christian school moving into former Russo Realty building [GL]
16. Art gallery planned for 257 Bowery [NYO]
17. Sotheby’s gets back Upper East Side townhouse listing [NYO]
18. Obama team encourages treasury mortgage plan [Bloomberg]
19. 12-story tower rising at 524 Manhattan Avenue [Curbed]
20. Two cafes and pizza shop close in Manhattan [Eater]


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