Brooklyn Co-Housing moving to Greenwood Heights, city postpones Willets Point talks … and more

May 04, 2009 06:43PM

1. Brooklyn Co-Housing finds home in Greenwood Heights [Brownstoner]
2. At the Langston in Harlem, management sends messages via Unitone intercom system [Curbed]
3. Architect Lord Norman Foster and his wife, Lady Elena Foster, bought a $7.2 million apartment at 912 Fifth Avenue [NYO]
4. City tells Willets Point landlords it will resume negotiations in a year or so [Curbed]
5. A Q&A with Peter Riguardi, president of New York operations for Jones Lang LaSalle [NYO]
6. Port Authority says it met seven of eight first-quarter goals at the World Trade Center [Curbed]
7. Stop work order at the former Miriam space in Cobble Hill [Brownstoner]
8. Five-story residential building rising at 397 Greene Avenue [Brownstoner]
9. Con Edison bills expected to drop 7 percent this summer [NYDN]
10. Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver says MTA projects might be put on hold until economy turns up [Post]
11. Leona Helmsley’s suite being rented out at The Helmsley Park Lane Hotel [Crain’s]
12. Homebuilder D.R. Horton reports eighth quarterly loss, Barclays says [Bloomberg]
13. Mortgage bonds may drop [Bloomberg]