Slow progress at Chumley’s, Six Flags might go bankrupt … and more

March 13, 2009 06:17PM

1. Slow progress at the West Village’s Chumley’s [Curbed]
2. A look at the old New York Times building, then and now [NYT]
3. Madoff files appeal to get out of jail [Crain’s]
4. Strip club opens in Chelsea [Curbed]

5. For rent signs popping up on Montague Street [BHB via Curbed]
6. 20-story tower rising at 120 South 8th Street [Brownstoner]
7. Four units in contract at 166 Montague Street [Brownstoner]

8. Dangerous construction site at 53 Bridge Street [Brownstoner]
9. Prosecutor investigating why Adolfo Carrion hasn’t paid the architect for his home design [AP]

10. Nets say they are moving to Atlantic Yards for their 2011-2012 season [Bloomberg]
11. Federal Housing Finance Agency director says he is working hard to push mortgage interest rates down [Bloomberg]
Europe’s method of financing solar panels comes to U.S. [NYT]
13. RE/MAX loses trademark battle with Rehava [Future of Real Estate Marketing]
14. Retail tenants band together, seeking concessions [National Real Estate Investor]
15. Real estate appraisal becoming more difficult [CNN Money]
16. Ace Hotel opening pushed back to April [Hotelchatter]
17. CB Richard Ellis real estate exec commits suicide [NYDN]
18. Six Flags might go bankrupt [Crain’s]
19. Verturi House makes its way to Long Island [WSJ]
20. Foundation in at 2 Cooper Square [A Fine Blog]
21. After taking control of Govenors Island and Brooklyn Bridge Park, would city take over Atlantic Yards? [AY Report]
22. Construction worker on site at 29th Street and Broadway seriously injured during fall [NY1]
23. Brooklyn Paper moving to MetroTech [AY Report]
24. Six twentysomethings live in an “urban kibbutz” in Crown Heights [NYDN]
25. Man uses Facebook and eBay to advertise home; Brooke Shields starts
work on townhouse; Hip hop celebrities go to party at the Prime [NYDN]

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