Frank Lloyd Wright house is on the move, housing prices are staying put … and more

TRD New York /
Mar.March 31, 2011 05:15 PM

1. Tarantino Architect wants to move a 1954 Frank Lloyd Wright home from New Jersey to Sagaponack North

2. Market research shows that the 1.8M distressed homes yet to be listed will keep home prices down for years

3. Manhattanites have longevity, but lack mental and physical health, University of Wisconsin study shows

4. DOB rejects plan to erect temporary building atop a wasteland near Coney Island’s Stillwell Terminal entrance
[Amusing the Zillion]

5. Charles Gwathmey-designed home hits the market for 52 percent off its original asking price

6. Donald Trump Jr.’s third child is on the way

7. Pudgie’s Famous Chicken plans to bring 20 locations to Brooklyn, Queens and LI in the next year

8. Zillow introduces its Blackberry app

9. NYC launches bed bug information website
[Habitat Mag]

10. SPURA development plan attracts large crowd to CB3 meeting
[Bowery Bookie]

11. CMBS activity is returning to peak levels

12. Coldplay bassist turns a $1.5M profit in two years with his East Village condo

13. Construction on the east tunnel of the Second Ave. Subway begins
[Second Avenue Sagas]

14. Edi & the Wolf chef shows off his East Village home

15. Inside the Six Columbus hotel [Hotel Chatter]

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