City takes over Governor’s Island, Park Slope tops list of best nabes … and more

April 12, 2010 08:25AM

1. New York City takes over Governor’s Island from the state [NYT]
2. Nets bid farewell to the Meadowlands [Post]
3. Park Slope tops list of best nabes in NYC [NY Mag]
4. Model Helena Christensen sues lawyer over bad advice on Hudson Street boutique lease [Post]
5. The open house: still relevant in Manhattan [NYT]
6. New Rudin apartment tower still an option for St. Vincent’s site [Crain’s]
7. New York residential mortgage rates could hit 6 percent by 2011 [Post]
8. State could be nearing funding deal with construction industry [Crain’s]
9. Co-brokering becoming more common in high-end Long Island real estate [NYT]
10. City Island community fights to save its only firehouse from closure [Crain’s]
11. How the building boom wrecked Turtle Bay [Post]
12.
Law firm Short & Billy renews at the Astor Building [Crain’s]

13. New Jersey homes seeing multiple bidders once again [NYT]

14. OTB shutdown postponed until April 18 [Crain’s, 2nd item]


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