Zuckerman to remain CEO at Boston Properties … and more

New York /
Jan.January 26, 2011 05:07 PM

1. Mort Zuckerman to remain CEO at Boston Properties [WSJ] 

2. Brazilian beer baron Roberto Moses Thompson Motta buys $4.5M co-op at the Sherry-Netherland [NYO] 

3. More details disclosed on Quadriad Realty’s skyscraper project in Washington Heights [Manhattan Times] 

4. A look at Billy Joel’s Hamptons beach house, now asking $18.5M [Hooked on Houses] 

5. Larchmont broker, Katie Becker McLoughlin of Houlihan Lawrence, to appear on HGTV’s “Selling New York” Thursday [Larchmont Patch] 

6. Conrad New York hotel to open later this year with a Shake Shack at 102 North End Avenue [Hotel Chatter] 

7. SL Green is marketing office building at 28 West 44th Street [Crain’s] 

8. Trulia CEO explains why a rise in mortgage rates could trigger a housing recovery [Business Insider] 

9. And experts predict how high mortgage rates could go in 2011 [Money Talks] 

10. Westchester Residential Opportunities alleges housing discrimination for renters [CBS] 
11. Bond broker Cantor Fitzgerald prepares $1B CMBS offering [Bloomberg via Crain’s] 

12. Fannie, Freddie own over 160,000 homes [Mortgage Servicing News]
13. Homeless population still suffering amid the economic recovery [Daily Finance]
14. Bluestone quietly marketing notes on troubled Bronx apartment buildings, sources said [Crain’s]


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