EDC begins seeking developers for new Brooklyn Plaza development … and more

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Sep.September 24, 2010 05:00 PM

1. Is Martha Stewart eyeing reclusive billionaire Huguette Clark’s UES digs? [Realestalker]
2. Bedbugs: the latest NYC dating hazard? [WSJ]
3. EDC begins seeking developers for new Brooklyn Plaza development in Downtown Brooklyn [Post]
4. Syms clothing retailer seeks Fifth Avenue location [GlobeSt.]
5. Unable to afford independent commercial kitchens, Brooklyners opt for new, so-called “urban sharecropping” [Brooklyn Paper]
6. More than 20 years later, Sutton Place still has appeal for the “Bud Fox” type [WSJ]
7. New York City retailers optimistic that Halloween sales could be on the rise this year [Crain’s]
8. Writer Rick Moody speaks out against Atlantic Yards development [NYO]
9. Residents at historic Perth Amboy, N.J. debate massive $600 million planned mixed-use development [WSJ]
10. New Trump Toronto tower begins to take shape [Facebook[
11. 1970’s Knicks star Walt Frazier buys three Harlem penthouses for $2.4 million [NYT]
12. Mark Wenitzky, a district sales leader for MetLife, explains what to do after your mortgage has been issued [N2K]
13. Working parents now more stressed over securing housing than childcare [WalletPop]
14. “Six Feet Under” star buys $1.49 million penthouse at 99 Avenue B [NYO]
15. Williamsburg still managing to draw buyers, experts say [NYDN]
16. Elle magazine readies itself for move to Time building in Midtown [WWD]
17. Real Capital Analytics chief economist Sam Chandan debates the Fed’s housing finance policy [NYO]
18. Experts say more homeowners are fixing up their homes in search of a better mortgage rate [CNBC]
19. A peek inside Todd Rome’s Bridgehampton abode [HouseofTurquoise]

 

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