Staten Island ‘Godfather’ house hits the market, OTB board votes to close … and more

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Dec.December 02, 2010 08:31 AM

1. Landmark Park Avenue church gets appeals court’s blessing for catered parties [Post]

2. OTB board votes to close [AP via Post]

3. Toll Brothers posts fourth-quarter profit, thanks to tax break [Bloomberg]
1. Patient sees a bedbug, gets entire 10th floor of NYU’s Hospital for Joint Diseases shut down [NYDN]
4. Plus, all these families want for Christmas is free bedbug extermination [NYDN]
5. Halle Berry, with a budget of $4M, eyes Park Imperial condos [Post, 1st item]
6. City cracking down on illegal restaurants [WSJ]
7. Staten Island house featured in “The Godfather” hits the market for $2.9M [Post, 3rd item]
8. Gateway founder Ted Waitt buys Elie and Rory Tahari’s 141 Prince Street triplex for $27.5M [Post, 5th item]
9. BCN head Craig Nassi: Days of five-year mega-deals are over [NYO]
10. $5M plot of land next to Martha Stewart’s Hamptons estate goes into contract [Curbed]
11. Landmarc chef Marc Murphy checks out multiple units at 535 West End Avenue [Post, 4th item]

12. Inside the new Sperone Westwater Gallery on the Bowery [NYT]

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