Kislak closes on $22.5 million sale of New Jersey shopping center … and more

TRD New York /
Dec.December 29, 2009 04:57 PM

1. Fashion designer Georgina Chapman buys $1.7 million Jane Street condo for siblings [NYO]
2. Park Avenue apartment of late socialite Alice Polk Rutherfurd sells for $2.5 million [Cityfile]
3. Restaurateur Kiwon Standen pays $2.38 million for apartment at 31 West 12th Street [Cityfile]
4. Six of 13 units sell at Keap Street Lofts in Williamsburg [Brooklyn Eagle]
5. Kislak closes on $22.5 million sale of New Jersey shopping center [GlobeSt]
6. New York hedge fund interested in buying California and Arizona farmland [GlobeSt]
7. Municipal Arts Society gets new head [NYT]
8. Taking a look at 2009 Brooklyn development projects [NYDN]
9. Judge ignores Upper East Side residents’ opposition to sanitation transfer station [Post]
10. Taking a look at the new kid-friendly Union Square playground [NY Mag]
11. Empire State Development Corp adds an additional 4,000 jobs at AY project [Atlantic Yards Report]
12. Morgan Stanley sued by Virgin Islands pension fund for marketing risky mortgage notes [CNBC]
13. Anonymous source says real estate values are down 40 percent [Urban Survival]


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