The Real Deal New York

More store closures expected in 2010, Bobby Abreu finally unloads home … and more

February 19, 2010 04:58PM

1. Baseball player Bobby Abreu finally sells One Beacon Court home [NYT]
2. Landmarked East Village synagogue-turned-condominium on the market [EV Grieve]
3. Critic blames health care industry, not real estate woes, for St. Vincent’s fiscal troubles [Gotham Gazette] 

4. Holocaust survivor evicted from dilapidated home days before repairs were complete [Courier Life via Post]
5. New South Bronx ice skating rink catches on [NYT]
6. More store closures, particularly among larger outlets, expected in 2010 [GlobeSt]
7. Griffin Dunne is close to selling his $2.495 million Greenwich Village apartment [NYT]
8. Brooklyn Heights development 73 Pineapple Street reaches top floor [Brownstoner]
9. Silicon Valley exec drops $4.8 million on penthouse in the Soho Mews [NYT]
10. Affordable housing developer named Williamsburg’s most eligible bachelor [YourNabe]

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