New purported Durst-inspired film gets a lot of NYC real estate history wrong … and more

November 17, 2010 08:27AM

1. Columnist says new purported Durst-inspired film “All Good Things” gets a lot of NYC real estate history wrong [NYO]
2. Paterson expected to approve Indian-run casino development deal in the Catskills [NYT]
3. Italian landlord Risanamento SpA selling 660 Madison Avenue for $285M [Post, 2nd item]

4. Brooklyner penthouse hits the rental market for $7,500 per month [Brooklyn Paper]
5. BofA chief calls for quick settlement in nationwide foreclosure probe [Post]
6. Lenders tightening the reins on FHA mortgages, beyond agency’s own requirements [Bloomberg]
7. Architect Paul Rudolph’s 23 Beekman townhouse becomes a city landmark [NYO]
8. 1251 Sixth Avenue scores 180,000-square-foot lease from French money manager Natixis [Post, 1st item]
9. New York Ranger Henrik Lundqvist sells $1.68M pad at UWS’ the Bromley [NYO]

10. Sam Zell planning to leave Tribune after it emerges from bankruptcy [WSJ]
11. Gardeners regrowing Bed-Stuy farmers’ market destroyed by fire [NYDN]

12. SS & C Technologies expanding at Durst’s 675 Third Avenue [Post, 5th item]
13. David Johnson, Fannie Mae CFO, resigns [WSJ]