Aqueduct Flea Market could reopen in Coney Island, Associated Supermarket is coming to Harlem … and more

TRD New York /
Mar.March 29, 2011 05:09 PM

1. Vendors from the defunct Aqueduct Flea Market are close to moving to Coney Island
[Amusing the Zillion]

2. A Cobble Hill public school PTA treasure was indicted for misappropriating $100K to pay rent on her nearby spa

3. Madoff aside, steep declines in commercial real estate values are hammering Mets ownership

4. The first African-American-owned home in Sagaponack preserved through a move to Sag Harbor

5. Coldwell Banker introduces an iPad app and interactive advertisement

6. A suspicious fire in a four-story building on Putnam Avenue in Bed-Stuy claims three lives

7. Associated Supermarkets purchases 16,000 square feet in East Harlem for $6.5M

8. Homeowners must weigh several factors before refinancing

9. Economists weigh in on latest dismal Case-Shiller housing index

10. A matchbox miniature replica of a Gothic Revival Brooklyn brownstone goes missing
[Craftster via Curbed]

11. FA Capital Management subleases 15,932 square feet of space in Boston Properties’ 601 Lexington Avenue [Observer]

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