Citigroup spending $10M on new offices, post office opening in Dumbo … and more

March 19, 2009 08:03AM

1. Citigroup to spend $10 million on new offices for CEO and lieutenants in Manhattan [Bloomberg]
2. Demographer at Princeton University says there’s no evidence that increasing taxes in the city will make wealthy residents move [NYT]
3. 50 percent reduction in bonuses will push home prices in Manhattan down by about 24 percent from their peak, economist says [Bloomberg]
4. Celebrity stylists talk about their clients’ homes [Post]
5. W Hoboken hotel opening March 27 [Post]
6. Dumbo getting its first post office [Brooklyn Paper]
7. After a damaging fire, Totonno’s will reopen in Same Location On Neptune Avenue [Brooklyn Paper]
8. Homes for $130,000 around the country [NYT]
9. A slideshow of “for sale” signs [CNN]
10. Trump business is branding, not real estate [The Business Insider]
11. How the homebuyer tax credit works [WSJ]
12. 300 injuries in public housing elevators since 2001 [NYT]
13. Foreclosure rescuer charged in New Jersey [Mortgage Fraud Blog]

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