City’s skinniest house sells for $2.175M, Zell buys out Boymelgreen’s interest at new residential High Line building … and more

January 13, 2010 08:11AM

1. At nine and a half feet wide, city’s skinniest house sells for $2.175M [NYDN]
2. The Harbor Group closes on purchase of 4 New York Plaza from JPMorgan Chase for $107 million [Post, 3rd item]
3. The situation at the “Jersey Shore” house in Seaside Heights [Zillow]
4. Zell buys out Boymelgreen’s interest at new residential High Line building [Post, 2nd item]
5. Construction progressing at Long Island City‘s latest condo developments [liQcity]
6. BlackRock president Robert Kapito: It’s not the time to buy real estate yet [Reuters]
7. Queens’ Ridgewood Theater granted landmark status [NYDN]
8. Dumbo apartment listing features photo of 9/11 WTC view [Brownstoner]
9. REBNY panelists debate whether recession is over [NYO]
10. Kenneth Laub: this commercial slump will be unprecedented [Bloomberg]

11. Regional Fed execs urge central bank to end mortgage debt buying program [Real Estate Bloggers]

12. Property tax assessment roll slated to be released Friday [Post, 6th item]


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