Tiki Barber closes deal on $4.8M apartment, Broadway Triangle eminent domain conflict rages on … and more

September 09, 2009 05:00PM

1. Court finds that MTA owes $142 million for land seizures [GlobeSt.]
2. New York City Planning Commission votes to restrict new MoMA-adjacent Jean Nouvel tower height by 200 feet [NYT]
3. Twelve things you should know about the new Nets arena design [Curbed]
4. Porn tycoon Carl Ruderman markets his Bristol Plaza home at East 65th Street for $13.25 million [NYO]

5. New WTC office space could worsen Manhattan office vacancy rate [WSJ via Realtor Magazine]
6. New Limelight Marketplace renderings revealed [DBTH]
7. Dutch royalty to dedicate Henry Hudson’s ship in Battery Park, in honor of the Hudson voyage’s 400th anniversary [Bloomberg]

8. Real estate developer David Mack withdrawn from nomination for Port Authority board [NYT]

9. Tiki Barber closes deal on $4.8 million apartment at 515 East 72nd Street [Cityfile]

10. Sotheby’s International Realty’s Anne Corey and Serena Boardman reportedly selected to represent Madoff penthouse [NYO]
11. Ricky’s seasonal Halloween stores popping up where other retailers failed [Racked]

12. Gary Jortner, a retired senior vice president at Pfizer, has put his 15 Central Park West condo on the market for $3.195 million [Cityfile]

13. Astoria seemingly impervious to recession [Crain’s]

14. Brooklyn’s Broadway Triangle eminent domain conflict rages on [Gothamist]

15. A look inside Long Island’s abandoned penitentiary [Scouting NY]

16. Default rate on commercial mortgages expected to rise to 5.4 percent by 2011 [Bloomberg]