Fifth Avenue Apple store the fifth most photographed attraction in the city, Canarsie angles for park renovations … and more

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Mar.March 30, 2010 08:32 AM

1. Kate Winslet wants to leave $6M Chelsea triplex tainted by fights with ex-hubby [Post]
2. Q & A with HLW International’s Theodore Hammer [NYT]
3. Trying out seller financing in a tight credit market [NYT]
4. City of Norwalk, Conn. to pay far more than appraised value for Globe Theater [NYT]
5. Lineage Condos unveiled in Clinton Hill [Brownstoner]
6. Acorn housing development arm to live on even as larger org shutters [City Hall Daily]
7. Southampton still planning senior citizen condo complex [Southampton Press]
8. Search for Sept. 11 remains reopened in NYC [Village Voice]
9. Fifth Avenue Apple store now the fifth-most photographed attraction in the city [NY Convergence]
10. Church hires hundreds for Brooklyn Army Terminal project, but some are skeptical [NYT]
11. Staten Island homeowner yearns to renovate landmark property but city drags its feet on permits [Staten Island Advance]
12. Inside the city’s new, green Battery Park City library branch [NYT]
13. Canarsie community council pushes for park renovations [Post]
14. Casino industry shows resistance to Atlantic City boardwalk overhaul plan [Las Vegas Review-Journal via Hotel-Online]
15. New, cleaner Astoria power plant plan gets muted community response [Crain’s]
16. Vacation home investment mistakes to avoid [WSJ]
17. How commercial REITs are beating the odds in real estate[Washington Business Journal]
18. U.S. stands to make $8B profit from Citigroup stake sale [CBS4]
19. The most valuable home upgrades [CNN Money]


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