Mogul selling 15 CPW unit for $75M and Trump International unit for $18M, hedge fund offices sitting empty … and more

TRD New York /
Mar.March 25, 2009 07:56 AM

1. Pharmaceutical mogul who is selling his 15 Central Park West apartment for $75 million also selling his Trump International unit for $18.45 million [NYO]
2. United Federation of Teachers suing the Department of Education for not consulting school boards when it decided to close neighborhood schools and give the buildings to charter schools [NYT]
3. Alex Calderwood’s Ace Hotel to open last week of March or first week in April [NYO]
4. Sources say Yankees could make millions by selling pieces of old stadium [NYDN]
5. Depository Trust looking for 700,000 square feet of office space in the city [NYO]
6. Hedge fund offices sitting empty [NYO]
7. Producer Marty Richards, who has been trying to sell his River House apartment since 2000, buys unit at 21 East 96th Street [NYO]
8. Q&A with Lee Neibart, CEO of AREA Property Partners [NYO]
9. Private equity group Centerview Partners takes space at 31 West 52nd Street [NYO]
10. Family selling East Side triplex a year after buying because daughter is attending a West Side school [NYO]
11. Gotham Bar & Grill turns 25 [NYO]
12. City still owed $2 billion in federal funds from the Sept. 11 aid pledged by the Bush administration [NYO]
13. Corcoran broker Leighton Candler’s expensive listings seeing price cuts [NYO]
14. National decline in home prices coming to an end [Seeking Alpha]
15. A Q&A with architect Frank Gehry [The Architect’s Newspaper]
16. Robert Stern talks about why there aren’t more women in design and architecture [Mediabistro]

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