Mets’ David Wright rents at the Lucida, Times Square hotels protest Thanksgiving Day Parade route change … and more

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Mar.March 10, 2011 08:37 AM

1. Mets star David Wright rents $12K-a-month Lucida pad [Post, 1st item]
2. Meanwhile, his team is hoping to raise $200M in sale of 25 percent stake [Post]
3. 12-story development at 290 Mulberry Street hits the market for $25M [EV Grieve]
4. CB Richard Ellis stock reaches new 52-week high [The Street]
5. Times Square hotels protest Thanksgiving Day Parade route change, fearing it will cost them millions [Post]

6. Trump says he’s leading the field of Republican presidential candidates so far [NY1]
7. Apthorp pad featured in “Selling New York” gets $1.45M price cut despite feng shui efforts [Post, 7th item]
8. Commercial property loan company Bridger shutters after caving to larger competitors [Bloomberg]
9. Harrison Ford’s former 101 Central Park West pad back on the market for $26M [Post, 4th item]
10. Actor Chris Noth rents $9K-a-month penthouse duplex near Lincoln Center [Post, 3rd item]
11. NYC landlords reap benefits of office renovations during the downturn [NYT]
12. Inside the American Girl flagship deal at 609 Fifth Avenue [NYO]
13. “30 Rock” star Jane Krakowski tours Cobblestone Lofts condo in Tribeca [Post, 5th item]

14. BofA CEO rails against government pressure to write off tens of billions in mortgage debt [NYT]

15. West Village townhouse once owned by actor-playwright George Furth hits the market for $6.7M [Post, 2nd item]

 

16. Two Morningside Heights walk-up apartment buildings head to foreclosure auction [NYO]
17. Westchester couple being sued by their chauffeur sell $12.5M worth of vacant land in Katonah [Post, 6th item]

18. Reality show seeks NYC super with “demanding tenants” and “larger-than-life personality” [Brick Underground]
19. Lower East Side lounge the Eldrige sold [Post]


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