The Real Deal New York

$20M Rockefeller house sold, Sea Spray auction ramps up East Hampton revenue … and more

March 01, 2010 04:42PM

1. Architects tackle dystopian prospect of a waterlogged NYC [NYMag] 

2. With parks budget slashed, 350 New York state campers out of luck this summer [SI Advance]
3. Artist Jeff Koons buys $20M Upper East Side house from Rockefeller kin [Post]
4. Queens contractors face far-reaching fraud charges [Post]
5. Shinnecock Indians ramping up Long Island casino bid [NYDN]
6. East Hampton sees $300,000 revenue uptick with Sea Spray cottage auction [27 East]
7. State Senator Daniel Squadron speaks out against possible development on Carroll Gardens courtyards [Pardon Me for Asking]
8. NYC coffee joints wage turf war [NYDN]
9. Trying to lure buyers back to Park Slope brownstones [NYO]
10. Shaun Donovan on how to make HUD relevant again [Shelter Force]
11. Developers cut and run from Sheepshead Bay condo [Sheepshead Bites]
12. New York ordered to desegregate the mentally ill from group homes [NYT]
13. Massive ranch project planned for 18-acre Bridgehampton lot [Sag Harbor Express]
14. Restaurateurs leading gentrification charge in Brooklyn [Brooklyn Paper]
15. While market suffered, some renters became buyers in the recession [NYMag] 

16. Famed model Linda Evangelista rents UES pied-a-terre [Post]
17. City program to focus on aiding underground homeless population [Second Avenue Sagas]
18. Shopping in Brooklyn: a primer [New Yorker]
19. For some collectors, apartments become museums [NYMag]
20. Taking aim at Obama’s foreclosure plan [NYT]
21. HUD to take aim at homophobic housing practices [Rented Spaces]
22. Inside tech wiz’s legendary Greenwich Village party pad [Gawker]

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