Madoff’s Manhattan penthouse marketed at $9.9 million, city delays Markowitz’s $64 million amphitheater project … and more

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Sep.September 11, 2009 04:58 PM

1. Winning architect for 9/11 memorial talks to Gothamist [Gothamist]

2. Madoff’s Upper East Side penthouse asking price set at $9.9 million [WSJ]
3. Developer Mayer Schwartz’ luxury Bushwick rental building to host art fair [Brownstoner]
4. Daffy’s apartment contest entries, reexamined [Curbed]
5. The story behind the tiniest plot of private land in New York City [Ephemeral New York]
6. City delays Markowitz’s $64 million amphitheater project [Brooklyn Paper]
7. Brooklyn federal courthouse undergoing renovation [Brooklyn Eagle]

8. On eighth anniversary of 9/11 attacks, Steve Cuozzo calls WTC construction progress slow [Post]

9. Big green commercial space anomaly in Cobble Hill up for lease [Brownstoner]
10. City officials meet with Community Board 3 regarding Allen Street pedestrian mall [The Lo-Down]
11. Platinum Properties president Khashy Eyn talks shop [NYDN]
12. Online apartment auction site Bid on the City to put six Manhattan properties on the block next week [Crain’s]
13. Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta president calls financial recovery “lackluster” [American Banking News]
14. Secretary Geithner suggests phase out of economic rescue programs [ABC]
15. Treasury’s emergency lending department sees fewer bank borrowers [American Banking News]
16. Global real estate slowdown leads to reluctance from luxury buyers and sellers, according to Wall Street Journal [WSJ]
17. Moody’s says U.S. banks will suffer through 2010 [American Banking News]


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