City asks Vornado to revise renovation plans again at Fifth Avenue landmark, Museum of Mathematics plans 2012 opening near Madison Square Park … and more

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Apr.April 14, 2011 08:26 AM

1. City asks Vornado to revise renovation plans at landmark Manufacturers Hanover Trust building yet again [NYT]
2. Sacha Baron Cohen eyes Novogratz-designed townhouse rental at 24 Thompson Street [Post, 1st item]
3. New Museum of Mathematics signs lease near Madison Square Park, plans fall 2012 opening [Crain’s]
4. Ashley Olsen on the hunt for a three-bedroom prewar Park Avenue co-op [Post, 2nd item]
5. Existing home sales likely rose in March, says economist Tom Lawler [Calculated Risk]
6. Madonna finally moves into her renovated Upper East Side townhouse [Post, 6th item]
7. More than 1,000 new Manhattan residential deals have been signed over the last month [UrbanDigs]
8. For some extra dough, sellers of $2.5M Trump World Tower condo wlll throw in chandelier once owned by Marilyn Monroe [Post, 5th item]
9. T-Mobile sues Marvin Hamlisch’s 970 Park Avenue co-op board over rent increase on cell antennae [Post]
10. U.S. regulators’ foreclosure settlements may undermine power of state attorneys general to force banks into principal reductions [Bloomberg]

11. Food Network’s Ted Allen’s former Atelier condo back on the market for $2.7M [Post, 4th item]

12. South Ozone Park residents protest at town hall meeting against new homeless shelter near P.S. 124 [NYDN]
13. Usher looking for $25,000-per-month downtown rental [Post, 8th item]


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