Extell files plans for two new buildings, price cuts at the Forte … and more

TRD New York /
Apr.April 21, 2009 05:54 PM

1. Extell files plans for two new residential buildings [NYO]
2. In lawsuit, SL Green alleges Delaware North sabotaged bid for Queens Aqueduct [NYO] and [GlobeSt]
3. Marx Brothers’ home in the city could be demolished [Chelsea Hotel Blog]
4. Standard Hotel’s restaurant may be named after Andre Balazs’ daughters [NY Mag]
5. Home Depot may leave Rego Park Center in Queens [Queens Tribune]
6. Tina Fey bought her West End Avenue apartment for $3.4 million [Cityfile]
7. 400 West Street rising [Curbed]
8. A look at for-sale-by-owner gimmicks [Curbed]
9. At 957 Pacific Street in Prospect Heights, residents enter apartments from exterior balconies [Curbed]
10. 40-unit building under construction at 74 Grand Avenue in Clinton Hill [Brownstoner]
11. Price cuts at the Forte condominium [Brownstoner]
12. Room rates at the Hotel Gansevoort drop below $200 a night [Hotel Chatter]
13. Soho voted top shopping district in Zagat survey [Crain’s]
14. Cramdown legislation throws into question value of all mortgages [CNBC]
15. The ethics of mortgage assistance [NYT]
16. BlackRock first-quarter earnings fall 65 percent [Bloomberg]

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