New Coney Island operator to bring rides back to Astroland, Glenn Close puts her 211 Central Park West co-op on the market … and more

January 21, 2010 08:12AM

1. New Coney Island operator plans to bring rides back to Astroland this summer [NYDN]
2. Glenn Close puts her 211 Central Park West co-op on the market for $11.8M [Post, 2nd item]
3. Times Square goes residential, but what is it like to grow up there? [Post]
4. Lower East Sider hasn’t heated his loft in three decades [NYT]
5. Blackstone CEO sells East Hampton manse for $6.25M [Post, 3rd item]
6. New York the most popular U.S. city for foreign investors: survey [SFBT]
7. Property bonds see big gains [Bloomberg]
8. Banks see shares rise after posting 4Q results [WSJ]

9. FHA moves to block return of down payment assistance program [Bloomberg]

10. Why private equity investments in the rental market end up hurting tenants [Time]


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