Goldman Sachs exec rents 20 Pine penthouse, inside the home of mystery writer Harlan Coben … and more

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Jul.July 30, 2009 08:40 AM

1. Goldman Sachs exec rents 20 Pine Street penthouse for $10,500 per month [Post, 4th item]
2. Commercial veterans launch real estate investment banking services firm [GlobeSt]
3. Floor plan and photos from Richard Ullman’s 15 Central Park West unit [Real Estalker]
4. Bronx program that assists homeless receives $470,000 grant [NYDN]
5. Neighbors criticize Park Slope school expansion plan [Brooklyn Paper]
6. Actor Robert Montgomery’s former East Hampton home now in contract [Post, 2nd item]
7. Inside the New Jersey home of mystery writer Harlan Coben [Post]
8. First lot of Sagaponack Greens in East Hampton in contract [Post, 3rd item]
9. U.S. banks’ homebuilding losses to start tapering off in about six months [Reuters]
10. Brookfield Properties’ second-quarter earnings fall [Bloomberg]
11. Mortgage insurers shouldn’t uninsure policy holders, attorneys say [NYT]
12. Federal Reserve reports say pace of economic decline has slowed [Street Insider]
13. Commercial real estate troubles hit regional bank bonds [Reuters]
14. Ten spots where good real estate deals are likely [Forbes]


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