U.S. real estate companies assess Japan property damage … and more

TRD New York /
Mar.March 15, 2011 08:26 AM

1. U.S. real estate companies — including Simon Property, Starwood, CBRE and ProLogis — assess Japan property damage [Reuters]
2. New owners of Resorts, Trump Marina in Atlantic City attempt to revive casinos by paying homage to their pasts [Philadelphia Inquirer]
3. Hipster haven Williamsburg warming to the collegiate set [NYO]
4. Writer Austin Ratner buys five-story home in Brooklyn Heights for $3M [NYO]
5. Chef Floyd Cardoz dishes on what to expect at his new Danny Meyer-backed BPC restaurant, North End Grill [Nation’s Restaurant News]
6. Former Elliman agent who famously turned away Moammar Gadhafi now sitting pretty at the helm of his new Rubicon Property [Inman News]
7. Trump to speak alongside potential presidential candidates in New Hampshire in June [The State Column]
8. Designer Tom Scott opens Tribeca pop-up shop with Project No. 8 [The Fashion Informer]
9. Torrisi Italian Specialties owners to open Nolita sandwich shop, Parm, next door [Eater]

10. Brooklyn Heights’ Willow Street now has five townhouses on the market [Curbed]


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