Andrei Vavilov puts Plaza penthouse on the market, hotel rising in Gowanus … and more

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Feb.February 04, 2009 06:43 PM

1. Andrei Vavilov’s Plaza penthouse is back on the market [Curbed]
2. Rendering revealed of the Hudson Square garbage center [Curbed]

Jonathan Miller predicted the housing market would fall years ago [Who’s Who]

Holland Bar reopened yesterday [NYT]

Landmarks commission approves architect Henry Smith-Miller’s proposed stone cloud rooftop [Curbed]
6. General Growth’s loan deadline passes [WSJ]
7. Jobless rates rise in 98 percent of metro areas [AP via Forbes]
8. “Reality Horror Night” is being filmed in the Glen Cove Mansion Hotel and Conference Center [Newsday]
9. Alan Alda’s wife selling Sag Harbor property [Newsday]
10. Four units in contract at the Absolute Condos at 111 Steuben Street [Brownstoner]
11. A look at New York’s middle class neighborhoods [Forbes]
12. What will be the popular hotel when Fashion Week moves to Lincoln Center? [Hotelchatter]

Spec building still has a market on the South Fork [EH Star]

New Jersey mansion gets deep price cut [WSJ]
15. Marriott’s Fairfield Inn rising in Gowanus [GL]
16. City planners want to turn the Bronx’s Grand Concourse into the new Soho [NYDN]

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