Price cuts at [email protected], Brooklyn Paper moving to Metrotech … and more

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Mar.March 26, 2009 06:30 PM

1. Price cuts at [email protected] [Brownstoner]
2. Emerging markets see larger declines during weak periods [Miller Samuel via Curbed]
3. Montessori pre-school to open at the Olive Park condo [Brownstoner]
4. 30-year fixed mortgage rate falls to 4.85 percent [Bloomberg]
5. Brooklyn Paper moves to Metrotech complex on Monday [Brooklyn Paper]
6. Muse New York hotel wrapping up renovation [Hotelchatter]
7. The Post says Hugh Grant and Sarah Jessica Parker are filming a movie in the Mark Hotel, which isn’t open yet [Post]
8. Huang House in Maspeth, Queens dangerous for pedestrians [Queens Crap]
9. Upper East Side townhouse price falls to $21 million from $35 million [NYO]
10. Sag Harbor investor plans to build a resort and spa [Sag Harbor Express]
11. Fairway opens in New Jersey [NBC]
12. Real estate pros blame media for negative view of the market [Miller Samuel]
13. West Side may get a Metro North station [WSS via Curbed]
14. Historic building on Pearl Street now a parking lot [EV Grieve]
15. NYC unemployment reaches 8.1 percent [NYT]
16. Where to get help when facing foreclosure [CNN Money]
17. Forbes readers share what they love about their hometowns [Forbes]
18. Does a Ramco-Equity merger make sense? [GlobeSt]
19. Retail real estate recovery might not happen until 2012 [CoStar]
20. Sales up, inventory down [Seeking Alpha]


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