Angelina Jolie looking for home in Washington Heights, Nforth sells 26 of 37 units … and more

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Feb.February 18, 2009 06:45 PM

1. Angelia Jolie house shopping in Washington Heights [Post]
2. Home prices falling in the Hamptons [Curbed]
3. At Nforth in Williamsburg, 26 of 37 units are sold [Brownstoner]
4. Former jewelry factory in New Jersey to become rental building [GlobeSt]
5. Chinatown tenants sue landlord for harassment [AM NY]
6. Blackstone managing director buys $6.75 million home, disgraced money manager relists apartment for $5.5 million [Cityfile]
7. Dick Cavett sold Montauk land to preserve it [27east]
8. W Hoboken to open March 18 [Hotelchatter]
9. 892 Bergen Street looks almost done [Brownstoner]
10. Real estate professionals are big donors to political candidates [AP via Forbes]
11. Shea Stadium is gone [Gothamist] and [NY1]
12. Scandinavian cafe opens in Park Slope [Gothamist]
13. The real estate winners and losers of the stimulus package [Post]
14. 143 nonprofits in the city call for foreclosure moratorium [Crain’s]
15. Gramercy Hotel and Standard New York up for Bravo hotel award [Curbed]
16. Bronx apartment building owners found guilty of homicide [CBS]
17. We are not in a depression, Knakal says [StreetWise]
18. Wells Fargo extends foreclosure moratorium through March 13 [SFBJ]
19. National office vacancy rate will climb to 16.7 this year [Bloomberg]
20. Building permits nationwide fell 4.8 percent in January [Bloomberg]


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