Katie Lee’s Perry Street townhouse in contract, Bowlmor Times Square readies for this month’s debut … and more

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Nov.November 01, 2010 08:00 AM

1. Coney Island boardwalk businesses to find out today whether they’ll be sticking around [NYDN]
2. New Jersey’s Hudson County has a 15-month residential inventory as sales remain sluggish [NYT]
3. Katie Lee’s $13M Perry Street townhouse goes into contract [WSJ]

4. Bowlmor Times Square readies for this month’s debut [Crain’s]
5. Apthorp posts strict trick-or-treating restrictions for remaining residents [NYO]
6. NYC retains sixth-place ranking among most expensive office markets worldwide [WSJ]
7. Judge orders doctor to leave Flatiron party pad after complaints from neighbors [Post]
8. After Chicago bomb scare, NYC ramps up security surrounding synagogues [NYDN]
9. And 15 CPW now diverting package deliveries after mail-bomb plot comes to light [Post]
10. Females only at one East Village co-op? [Post]
11. Bruce Wasserstein’s estate lists $26M co-op at 927 Fifth Avenue [NYT]
12. Proposed Bronx homeless shelter pits Mayor Bloomberg against Borough Prez Ruben Diaz [NYDN]
13. Renovations become a critical piece of old home sales in Westchester [NYT]
14. Tightened lending requirements make selling a condo tougher than selling a single-family home in some markets [WSJ]
15. MTA trying to be more transparent on Second Avenue Subway project [NYT]
16. Pier 25 at Hudson River Park to open this week [Post]
17. Hyatt, Hersha Development ink franchise deal for new Greenwich Village, Midtown hotels [The Financial]
18. Fannie Mae’s new last-minute credit checks could impede closings [NYT]

19. SL Green takes a rare aggressive strategy in today’s market [WSJ]

20. Social media for real estate agents on Long Island [NYT]

 

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