“Real Housewives” star Kelly Killoren Bensimon takes Hamptons home off the market, Pamela Liebman says Brooklyn market is strong … and more

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May.May 07, 2009 06:35 PM

1. Kelly Killoren Bensimon of “The Real Housewives of New York City” no longer selling Hamptons home [Post, 2nd item]
2. Activity on Long Island’s Gold Coast down [Post]
3.
What do jury members think of Brooke Astor’s home? [NYDN]
4. New bill would require phone companies to provide early warnings about cell phone towers rising in neighborhoods [NYDN]
5. Anti-development street art spotted in Nolita, Greenpoint [Curbed]
6. Corcoran CEO Pamela Liebman says the Brooklyn market is holding up better than others [Brownstoner]
7. Unique hotels in the Northeast [Newsday via Hotel-online]
8. Todt Hill, Staten Island residents bring back security patrols [SI Advance]
9. City Planning Commission votes to require adjacent shopping centers in Staten Island to share driveways [SI Advance]
10. Financial District’s Imagination Playground near the South Street Seaport breaks ground [Curbed]
11. Flushing Commons development remains a question mark [Queens Tribune via Queens Crap]
12. Risk management technology becomes more and more important for lenders [Mortgage Technology]
13. Wells Fargo announces $6 billion common stock offering [Reuters]
14. Long Island’s median closing price falls [Newsday]
15. Contamination found at site of a planned high school in Queens [Your Nabe]
16. Five unexpected costs of buying a home [NYT]


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