AIG space could sell for $100 a foot, Shinnecock tribe wants to open casino in Southampton … and more

TRD New York /
May.May 27, 2009 08:07 AM

1. Taking price of AIG’s 70 Pine Street and 72 Wall Street expected to be about $100 a foot [NYO]
2. Queens man buys home for less than half the price at auction [CNN]
3. Designer Diane Von Furstenberg in Sundance Channel’s video tour of the High Line [NY Mag]
4. More buyers find homes on the Internet, not the newspaper [TRE Bloggers]
5. Tuxedo Park Association speaks against Seton Hall’s zoning appeal [NYT]
6. Shinnecock Indian Nation wants to open a casino in Southampton [NYT]
7. Ozone Park residents worried Aqueduct land sale will put more stress on local infrastructure [NYDN]
8. Dream Hotel’s $100 million mortgage reportedly turned over to Key Commercial Mortgage [Post, 3rd item]
9. Skin care company Dermalogica opening school and store at 140 West 22nd Street [Post, 4th item]
10. The Consulate General of Honduras leases 3,000 square feet at 144 West 37th Street [Post, 5th item]
11. 820 Fifth Avenue turns away Related Companies President Jeff Blau [NYO]
12. Cushman & Wakefield CEO crushes rumor about being acquired [NYO]
13. Windermere sells for $13 million [NYO]
14. Larry Gluck and Steve Witkoff still have not closed on 405 Park Avenue [Post, 2nd item]


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