Lindsay Lohan’s apartment for sale, $75M unit at 740 Park still available … and more

TRD New York /
Mar.March 02, 2009 07:24 PM

1. Lindsay Lohan’s apartment at the Atelier for sale [Curbed]
2. Mortgage refinancing not the solution [Seeking Alpha]
3. Are foreclosures now in a vicious cycle? [Seeking Alpha]
4. Cafe Wha? in Greenwich Village is being sued for allegedly ripping off the writer of Jimi Hendrix’s debut single [Post]
5. Glass building proposed for 16 West 21st Street [Curbed]
6. Prices still high at Park Slope’s Iroquois condo [Brownstoner]
7. $75 million condo at 740 Park still available [NYO]
8. Bernard Madoff wants to keep his $7 Million Park Avenue penthouse [AP via Crain’s]
9. Slow progress at Karl Fischer-designed building at North 8th and Roebeling [GL]
10. Report says some Long Island real estate agents practice housing discrimination [AP via Topix]
11. Jersey Shore rental market stable, despite economy [APP]
12. Brooklyn Bridge repairs costs soar [Brooklyn Paper]
13. East River State Park now open [Curbed]
14. New Jersey Future says developers must look to redevelopment to facilitate the state’s growth [GlobeSt]
15. Steven Roth says it might take four years for the commercial market demand to catch up with supply [Bloomberg]
16. REITs in New Jersey say they have some advantages over landlords during the downturn [NJ Biz]

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