The Real Deal New York

$55 million condo quietly enters the market, Starbucks plans expansion … and more

March 25, 2010 04:33PM

1. Kids of $292 million bank fraud schemer ordered out of Tribeca condos [Post]
2. $55 million condo at 15 Central Park West quietly enters the market [Curbed]
3. Manhattan-Jersey tunnel planners say 80-year-old building at 34th Street and Seventh Avenue would need to go [NYT]
4. Observer angles to rebrand 321 West 44th Street in its honor [Curbed]
5. Dumbo eatery nabs cabaret license [Brooklyn Paper]
6. Luxury rental building at 57th Street and 11th Avenue getting private school neighbor [Curbed]
7. After months of retraction, Starbucks announces plans to add 100 new U.S. stores this year [GlobeSt]
8. A look inside how the BofA mortgage write-down program operates [WSJ]
9. Anderson Cooper plans to restore 9/11 plaque at new Greenwich firehouse residence [DNA info]


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