Walter Cronkite’s former co-op closes, 140 Broadway closed for storm damage until next week … and more

New York /
Mar.March 17, 2010 08:19 AM

1. Walter Cronkite’s former co-op closes for $2.5M [NYO]
2. 140 Broadway closed until next week after storm damage [Post, 3rd item]
3. Inside the six-story, 40-foot townhouse on East 70th Street, on the market for $28M [W Magazine]
4. Murray Hill Properties inks 11-year deal to move to 277 Park Avenue [Post, 4th item]
5. The New Yorker’s Paul Goldberger weighs in on WTC delays [Mediabistro]
6. Brooklyn Friends School eyes new Downtown Brooklyn spaces for expansion [NYO]
7. LIC strip club files suit alleging that city’s zoning changes are forcing out adult entertainment [NYDN]

8. Midtown building manager neglected terrace inspections in building where man fell to his death Sunday [Post]

9. 20-inch model of never-built 56 Leonard Street being sold on eBay [Mediabistro]
10. Half-built Manhattan Beach house collapses onto neighboring bungalow during storm [NYDN]
11. A how-to guide to feng shui staging [Inman News]
12. Cyclone to return, but Astroland won’t, operator says [Post]
13. NYC not among top 10 most expensive cities in the world [Luxuo]
14. Why REO property sales are the key to a housing recovery [Housing Wire]


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