Wall Street office asking rents fall to 18 percent below city average, fraudster’s Katonah estate hits the market … and more

March 17, 2011 08:31AM

1. Wall Street office asking rents fall to 18 percent below city average [Bloomberg]
2. Boerum Hill archaeologist wants to turn 19th-century outhouse in his backyard into a museum [Brooklyn Paper]
3. Bill Clinton to keep some office space in Harlem even as foundation makes move to FiDi [NYT]

4. Christie suspends ‘Real Housewives’ husband from water commission for lying about his real house [Post]
5. NBC Broadcasting Chairman Ted Harbert rents $14,000-a-month penthouse at 426 West 58th Street [Post, 3rd item]
6. Graffiti artists sign petition to save 5Pointz from demolition in Long Island City as owner scales back plans for rental towers [NYDN]
7. Feds tap Sotheby’s broker Anne Corey to help sell fraudster Hassan Nemazee’s 20-acre Katonah estate for $5M [Post, 5th item]
8. IDF’s official self-defense training program to open 2,600-square-foot gym at the Alexander at 919 Second Avenue [NYO]
9. $38M oceanfront East Hampton manse hits the market near Jerry Seinfeld’s house [Post, 7th item]
10. Mixed-use Upper West Side landmark up for grabs for $13.5M [NYO]
11. Parents at P.S. 8 elementary school demand middle school options in Brooklyn Heights [Brooklyn Paper]
12. Jets wide receiver Santonio Holmes tours $5M Setai Fifth Avenue digs [Post, 4th item]
13. After renovation, former People magazine editor Jeannie Park sells West Village townhouse for $17.6M [NYO]

14. Hopeful Astoria dance club owner says he’ll move ahead with plan despite opposition from local community board [NYDN]

15. Musician Eliane Elias buys two units at the Sheffield [Post, 6th item]