General Growth officially exits biggest real estate bankruptcy in U.S. history … and more

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Nov.November 10, 2010 08:00 AM

1. General Growth officially exits biggest real estate bankruptcy in U.S. history [Bloomberg]
2. Safety of Hoboken waterfront in question as several areas get cordoned off [CBS 2]
3. Robert Emden plans to stay at Newmark Knight Frank until he retires [NYO]
4. Evicted Staten Island man blames landlord for the abandonment of his 38 cats [NYDN]
5. Australian supermodel Miranda Kerr lists Jade condo for $1.395M [WSJ]
6. Muss taps JLL team led by Peter Riguardi to market Jet Blue’s Forest Hill Tower space [Post, 4th item]

7. Starchitect Richard Meier debuts limited edition menorah [ArchPaper]
8. “Nine By Design” director sells 10 Jay Street pad to NBC exec [NYO, 2nd item]
9. Schiff Hardin takes two floors at 666 Fifth Avenue [Post, 6th item]

10. More fancy interior designers host Manhattan House showings [NYT]
11. Diana Olick skeptical about the return of the jumbo loan market [CNBC]
12. Inside the “Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps” duplex at 31 West 21st Street [NYO]

13. Nationwide foreclosure probe by attorneys general on a “fast track”: Iowa’s Miller [Bloomberg]

 

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