Brookfield Properties has plans for a major renovation at the World Financial Center … and more

January 15, 2010 05:11PM

1. Brookfield Properties has plans for a major renovation at the World Financial Center [Crain’s]
2. Natavia Lowery, charged with killing Linda Stein, now charged with throwing urine at Rikers correction officer [Post]
3. NY homebuyers could receive up to $50,000 toward buying a foreclosure [NYT]
4. NYC’s narrowest townhouse at 75 1/2 Bedford Street sells for $2.175 million [NBC]
6. Brownstones on Madison Avenue restored to original status [NYT]
7. 780-acre Yale Farm in two separate Connecticut towns is on the market for $24 million [WSJ]
8. ESDC won’t comment on security features at Atlantic Yards [Brooklyn Paper]
9. New program brings art to construction sites in Lower Manhattan [NYT]
10. Italian designer Fortuna Valentino puts Sands Point, LI estate on the market for $9.25 million [Newsday]


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