SL Green says building buyers are out there, Andrei Vavilov’s other Plaza unit hits the market … and more

March 04, 2009 08:07AM

1. SL Green said if it decides to sell properties, there will be no shortage of buyers [NYO]
2. Oklahoma energy exec buys novelists’ old apartment for $3.38 million [NYO]
3. During uncertain times, commercial market research is particularly popular [NYO]
4. A Q&A with Bill Staniford, chief executive of PropertyShark [NYO]
5. Law firm Holland & Knight might leave its office at 195 Broadway [NYO]
6. Andrei Vavilov’s other Plaza unit to hit the market [NYO]
7. For the first time in CB Richard Ellis’ 10-year history, top international producers for 2008 were women [NYO]
8. Brokers talk about expensive listings quietly on the market [NYO]
9. Tenants worried about being pushed out for homeless families in cluster-site housing [NYT]
10. Gehr Development Company closes on Fairfield Inn purchase [Post, 3rd item]

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