Joe Sitt hits the clubs, Gabriel Byrne’s $4.7M home in contract … and more

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Apr.April 08, 2010 04:55 PM

1. Another suicide attempt delays sentencing for Testwell head honcho convicted on charges of corruption [NYDN]
2. Harlem retail scoring big with new residential tenants [Post]

3. Pier 1 showing more strength after getting rent reductions at about a third of its store locations [GlobeSt]

4. Homeless transitional housing plan gets little community support in Jamaica, Queens [NYDN]

5. Joe Sitt trying hand at nightclub industry [Post]

6. Home inventory increased last month in major metropolitan regions, tracking firm says [WSJ]
7. Harlem brownstone sales a game of chicken for sellers looking to get worthy offerings [Post]

8. Furnishings in miniature gaining traction among modern design enthusiasts [NYT]
9. Gabriel Byrne’s $4.7 million Brooklyn Heights home snags a buyer [Curbed]
10. Designers set the bar — and the tables — at Lenox Hill Neighborhood House gala [NYT]

11. Government agency signs lease for 115,000 square feet in Swig-owned 110 William Street in Lower Manhattan [Crain’s]
12. A home makeover in Washington Heights, before and after [NYT]

13. Opus, once one of the largest developers in U.S., now angling to regain control of $150 million in funds [WSJ]

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