Celeb-friendly Chelsea townhouse exits the market, JPMorgan subpoenaed … and more

April 20, 2010 04:57PM

1. Landmarks Preservation Commission celebrates its 45th anniversary [NYT]
2. Home of famed author Louis Auchincloss hits market for $3.9 million [NYT]
3. Foundation for P.S. 8 addition in Brooklyn Heights nears completion [Brownstoner]
4. Famed restaurateur Michael Huynh scolded by Community Board 3 for not doing more community outreach on new restaurant DOB [EV Grieve]
5. Chelsea townhouse at 436 West 20th Street popular among celebs yanked off market [Curbed]
6. Details on the East Village school P.S. 122’s renovation emerge [EV Grieve]
7. A peak into Goldman Sach’s first quarter report, in real time [WSJ]
8. JPMorgan subpoenaed in New Jersey municipal tax-lien auction inquiry [Bloomberg]
9. CalPERS rethinks $14.8 billion real estate portfolio after getting burned [AP]
10. REIT lobbying group says trusts are poised for comeback this year [Bloomberg via Businessweek]


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