Former Giants star Michael Strahan lists 25 Murray Street loft, co-op boards are getting pickier … and more

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Mar.March 04, 2010 08:11 AM

1. Former Giants star Michael Strahan lists 25 Murray Street loft for $1.85M [Post, 3rd item]
2. Harvard-trained eye surgeon offers free Park Avenue studio in exchange for services of a female personal assistant [Gawker]

3. Museum of the American Gangster opens for previews Sunday in the East Village [NYDN]

4. Amid scandals, support for Paterson’s Tappan Zee and Kosciuszko Bridge rehab projects dwindles [Post]
5. Why co-op boards are getting pickier [The Apple Peeled]
6. Inside singer-actress-artist Ultra Violet’s Carnegie Hill co-op [Post]
7. Real estate tries a different tact in 7 Subway line lobby [NYO]
8. Homeowners in two Queens communities to be hooked up with city sewers — and fees [NYDN]

9. Alec Baldwin checks out $15M 54 Bond Street penthouse [Post, 1st item]
10. Planned luxury hotel the Chatwell to install a lap pool [Hotel Chatter]
11. Inspector General drops out of Aqueduct probe [NYDN]
12. Home builder Hovnanian ends losing streak with first-quarter profit [WSJ]
13. Soho Grand plans new Club Room lounge [Eater]

14. Actor Dylan McDermott on the hunt for apartments in the West Village [Post, 2nd item]

15. Borrowers missing out on low interest rates as refinancing proves elusive [WSJ]


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