Mini-Madoff victim puts TWC duplex on market for $18.45 million, LIC developments still underway … and more

TRD New York /
Nov.November 16, 2009 04:22 PM

1. Mini-Madoff victim puts Time Warner Center duplex on market for $18.45 million [NYO]
2. Nouriel Roubini: With high unemployment rate, worst is yet to come [NYDN]
3. LIC developments still underway [LIQCity]
4. Superdive on the market for $350,000 key money plus $10K per month rent [Eater]
5. Andre Balazs and cover girl Angela Lindvall model for Brioni [Post]
6. Ideas brewing for new Coney Island amusement park rides [NYDN]
7. Former Habib’s Place for lease [EV Grieve]
8. Yankee Stadium neighbors, activists wonder when parkland-in-lieu-of-construction will arrive [Gothamist]
9. Lowe’s third-quarter profits drop 30 percent [Market Watch]
10. Fannie Mae offering bulk package of 270 U.S. REO properties [National Mortgage Online]
11. Bernanke: Fed will continue to support the mortgage market [National Mortgage Online]
12. Garment Center building sells for $29.5 million in cash [GlobeSt]
13. Op-ed looks at Atlantic Yards eminent domain debate [WSJ]
14. Consumer spending cutbacks could have impact on NJ retail developers [GlobeSt]
15. Trump International to stay open during multi-million dollar remodeling [Hotel Chatter]

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