The Real Deal New York

Mickey Rourke and Matt Damon apartment hunting, homeowners applying for property tax reductions … and more

July 16, 2009 08:21AM

1. Mickey Rourke looking for bigger place in the West Village [Post, 3rd item]
2. Matt Damon checking out duplex co-op at 1030 Fifth Avenue [Post, 4th item]
3. Community Board 1 votes for low-rise housing in Williamsburg’s Broadway Triangle [NYDN]
4. Literary agent Luke Janklow cuts price on townhouse from $25 million to $19.5 million [NYO]
5. Central Park South co-op owners do 14-month renovation [Post]
6. New lounge could open in Bryant Park next year [Crain’s]
7. Renovation could now be a requirement for home sale [Post], guidelines for do-it-yourself renovations [Post] and how to save money on renovations [Post]
8. City to reclaim Brooklyn’s “Seven Corners” intersection [Brooklyn Paper]
9. Homeowners applying for property tax reductions in droves [WSJ]
10. The story behind one store closing [NYT]
11. JPMorgan Chase posts $2.7 billion profit [AP via NYT]
12. East Hampton estate hits market for $22.5 million [Post, 2nd item]

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