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
[Curbed]

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

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

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
[Curbed]

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

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

8. Zillow introduces its Blackberry app
[Inman]

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
[Observer]

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

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
[Post]

15. Inside the Six Columbus hotel [Hotel Chatter]


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