The Real Deal New York

200 West tops out, Satori switches sales team … and more

April 10, 2009 06:31PM

1. 200 West tops out [Curbed]
2. Frank Gehry’s Beekman Tower getting metallic curves [A Fine Blog]
3. A review of the Fair Housing Advertising Word and Phrase list [True Gotham]
4. Should you ask your landlord to lower your rent? [NY Mag]
5. St. Brigid’s in the East Village has an unstable foundation [EV Grieve]
6. History of 51st Street between Fifth and Madison avenues [NYT]
7. Help for small store owners on Atlantic Avenue [Brooklyn Eagle]
8. Beloved places that closed, like the Strand and Vesuvio Bakery, remain empty [Vanishing NY]
9. Queens hospitals left standing are crowded after closings [Your Nabe]
10. Brooklyn bus company land in Bankruptcy Court [Crain’s]
11. Hamptons sales and rentals hurting [NYT]
12. Summer deals available at the Jersey Shore [NYT]
13. The Satori switches marketing teams from the Developers Group to the Corcoran Group [Brownstoner]
14. Obama sees signs of hope for economy [NYT]
15. Economists say new mortgage policies may not stop foreclosures [Bloomberg]
16. Yankee pitcher CC Sabathia buys $15 million home in Alpine, N.J. [Post]
17. Barbara Corcoran answers public’s real estate questions [NYDN]
18. Chase expects to modify $110 billion in home loans [Real Estate Channel]
19. Donald Trump didn’t invest with Madoff [NY Mag]; Trump sues two developers [Post]
20. Wife of the late Braden Keil takes over his “Gimme Shelter” column [Post]

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