Central Park winter tennis bubbles plan abandoned, Isaac Mizrahi and Neil Patrick Harris apartment-hunting … and more

April 29, 2010 08:32AM

1. Central Park winter tennis bubbles plan abandoned [Post]
2. Anti-pet rules still dogging high-end real estate sales [WSJ]
3. Crossing countdown clocks to be installed at thousands of city intersections [Post]
4. NYC’s first public apple orchard coming to Randall’s Island [Gothamist]
5. Designer Isaac Mizrahi eyes duplex penthouse at 39 Fifth Avenue [Post, 1st item]
6. Brooklyn’s Resurrection Church weighs shuttering amid low attendance [GerritsenBeach.net]
7. Imagined: the future of traffic in NYC [NYT]

8. Neil Patrick Harris checks out three-bedroom at London Terrace Towers [Post, 2nd item]
9. Former Jet John Dockery sells Brooklyn Heights townhouse [NYT]
10. Socialite Jamie Tisch looking for rentals while renovating new $22M 720 Park Avenue pad [Post, 3rd item]
11. Music producer Victor Calderone buys at One Brooklyn Bridge Park [Post, 4th item]
12. Lance Bass apartment-hunting in West Chelsea, Gramercy [Post, 5th item]

13. FHA loans: then and now [Post]


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