Real estate developer Andrew Heiberger cuts asking price, Brooklyn leads charge on bargain homes … and more

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Sep.September 18, 2009 04:54 PM

1. Real estate developer Andrew Heiberger cuts price on his Upper East Side home [CityFile]
2. Brooklyn leads the charge with bargain homes on large properties [NYDN]
3. Four months after structural conditions shut down their 14th Street building, tenants still homeless [Villager] 

4. La Pomme, a new club at 37 West 26th Street, is opening this weekend [DBTH]
5. If faced with another real estate crisis, what should Washington do? [Post] 

6. Queens’ Galaxy Diner closes suddenly [Vanishing New York]
7. Sales at Battery Park City apartment building, One Rector Park, on hold [Broadsheet Daily, 1st item] 

8. Real estate bigwigs Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner plan to keep wedding photos off limits [Post] as media coverage of the event hits a fever pitch [NYMag]
9. Boutique florist and Oprah favorite Katrina Parris Flowers opens in Harlem [HarlemBespoke]
10. Obama administration taking steps to secure FHA stability [CNNMoney] 

11. The commercial real estate crisis — is it coming? [Money Ferret via Real Estate Dispatch]


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