SL Green lands two Park Avenue tenants, Brooklyn beep looking to buy a home … and more

Apr.April 24, 2009 06:59 PM

1. SL Green lands two Park Avenue tenants [GlobeSt]
2. Home Depot opens in the Related Cos.’ Gateway Center in the Bronx [GlobeSt]
3. Secret Service reportedly moving to Red Hook [Brooklyn Paper]
4. Montauk’s Surf Lodge opens on May 15 [Hotel Chatter]
5. Real estate deals in Brooklyn [NYDN]
6. Prosecutors question timing of severed standpipe in the Deutsche Bank building fire case [NYDN]
7. Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz looking to buy a home [NYDN]
8. Explosion levels residential building in Floral Park, Queens [NYT]
9. Palazzo Chupi is up for rent [Curbed]
10. 129 North 10th Street looks just about done [Brownstoner]
11. Real estate writedowns hurting Morgan Stanley [FT, subscription req.]
12. Mandy Stein, daughter of murdered Elliman broker Linda Stein, debuts film tonight [Post]
13. Upper East Side residents will protest to prevent Related from turning park into residential tower [Crain’s]
14. Landlords deciding whether to continue deregulation before court decision [Crain’s]
15. New home sales are at lowest level in 46 years [Seeking Alpha]

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