Late Walter Cronkite’s former co-op listed for $2.9M, New Yorkers can now hold neighbors liable for secondhand smoke … and more

December 03, 2009 08:17AM

1. Map shows few Manhattan neighborhoods where urban poor outnumber the rich [Reuters]
2. Late Walter Cronkite’s former 870 United Nations Plaza co-op listed for $2.995M [Post, 2nd item]
3. New Yorkers can now hold neighbors liable for secondhand smoke, court rules [Brick Underground]
4. For Riverdale developers, life goes on despite disappointing Solaria auction results [Riverdale Press]
5. Bank of America will repay its $45B in TARP funds, freeing the company from pay restrictions for potential new CEO [CNBC] and [AP via Yahoo Finance]
6. General Growth restructuring plan won’t help mall competitor Simon Property [Bloomberg]
7. City will close four under-performing schools [NYT]
8. Dateline anchor puts Flatiron loft on the market for $4.995M [Post, 5th item]
9. Toll fourth-quarter loss larger than expected [Bloomberg]


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