Mystery buyer outbids Courtney Love for Milla Jovovich’s townhouse, Paterson’s casino deal sparks criticism … and more

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Nov.November 18, 2010 08:36 AM

1. Mystery buyer outbids Courtney Love for Milla Jovovich’s $7.5M Greenwich Village townhouse [Post, 4th item]
2. Mortgage docs reveal that Brooklyn Assemblyman Vito Lopez lived in Queens for at least five years of his tenure [Brooklyn Paper]
3. Paterson’s Catskills casino development deal sparks fierce criticism [NYT]
4. Heath Ledger’s former Soho apartment quietly being shopped around for $5M [Post, 1st item]
5. Tina Fey sells another UWS apartment for $2.15M [NYO]
6. New $22M Jamaica arts center may house only one of three groups originally planning to move in [NYDN]
7. Key Ventures high-end broker A. Laurence Kaiser marries art dealer Kipton Cronkite [Post]
8. Nets’ non-relocation agreement from Atlantic Yards could expire in as little as 30 years if bonds are paid off [Atlantic Yards Report]
9. Former “Partridge Family” member Susan Dey not on board with bidding process for Dumbo’s Tobacco Warehouse project [Post]
10. Two New Jersey residents had already proposed a subway line to Secaucus five years ago [NYT]

11. Justin Timberlake closes for $6.4M on Soho Mews penthouse once listed at $8.66M [Post, 5th item]
12. Madoff victim’s 930 Fifth Avenue penthouse sells for $7.5M after $4M in price cuts [NYO]
13. Fed orders more bank stress tests [AP via Crain’s]

14. SNL’s Bill Hader checks out $8,400-a-month unit at the Urban Glass House [Post, 2nd item]
15. Exxon Mobil to pay $25M for Newton Creek cleanup in settlement [NYT]
16. Designer Isaac Mizrahi in contract on second condo at 59 West 12th Street, which he intends to combine with his first [Post, 3rd item]

17. JetBlue CEO David Barger downsizes with $2.2M Trump World Tower pad buy [WSJ]
18. At home in Gramercy Park with Knicks broadcaster and “Today Show” contributor Jill Martin [Post]


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