Mayor Bloomberg’s ex-wife puts penthouse on the market, Clinton Hill gets supermarket … and more

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Aug.August 20, 2009 08:00 AM

1. Mayor Bloomberg’s ex-wife puts penthouse on the market [NYO]
2. Ballroom dancer Karina Smirnoff reportedly wants to buy at the Visionaire at 70 Little West Street [Post, 3rd item]
3. Music titan Lyor Cohen and ex-wife sell duplex to Google exec at a loss [NYO]
4. Matt Damon reportedly checking out the Apthorp [Post, 4th item]
5. Finger building will be 14 stories high and finished in 10 months [NYO]
6. No inflation in Manhattan mixed-use or office markets [UrbanDigs]
7. Clinton Hill gets a supermarket [Brooklyn Paper]
8. Salvation Army finalizes deal for part of Staten Island’s Bayley Seton Hospital campus [SI Advance]
9. Matthew Barney buys in Brooklyn [Real Estalker]
10. Author and Brooklyn native Susan Isaacs gets Long Island home with office [Post]
11. Fort Greene Park to get federal stimulus funds [Brooklyn Paper]
12. WTC waterfalls will be ready for 10th anniversary of 9/11, Port Authority says [NYDN]
13. Habitat for Humanity volunteers to finish Brownsville complex today [NYDN]
14. Answers to questions about immigrants and housing [NYT]
15. Rising U.S. property sales will help to revive economy, NAR’s chief economist says [Property Wire]
16. Lenders now have more power over appraisals [NYT]
17. Homes in more walkable areas get higher prices, study says [Sellsius]
18. Suit against Wells Fargo alleges bank illegally reduced customers’ home equity lines of credit [USA Today]
19. Commercial property price drops slow [Reuters]


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