AY opponent Goldstein responds to critics of $3M payout … and more

April 22, 2010 04:57PM

1. Acorn’s Bertha Lewis furious over AY opponent Daniel Goldstein’s $3 million payout and Goldstein releases statement [DDDB] and [NYO]
2. Commercial space at 185 Orchard Street divided to attract tenants, after remaining vacant since 2008 [Bowery Boogie]
3. In wake of building workers contract agreement, a look inside the world of doormen [NYT]

4. Lincoln Center to set the stage for public outdoor fashion show [Racked]
5. Why the healthcare industry is giving real estate insiders headaches [Inman]
6. Charter school granted three more years of access to Red Hook public school space [Brooklyn Paper]
7. Troubled Harlem School of the Arts donor list revealed [Post]
8. Carriage factory to become residential building at 372 Broome Street [Curbed] 

9. MTA may jumpstart abandoned Staten Island tracks [Post]
10. A look at the “ripple effect” from China’s struggling real estate market [Seeking Alpha]
11. Real estate’s biggest mistakes — and how to avoid them [CBS]


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