Stanford unveils plans for Roosevelt Island, private equity firms seek more real estate investment … and more

TRD New York /
Apr.April 20, 2011 05:20 PM

1. Stanford University reveals plans to open campus on Roosevelt Island
[Business Insider]

2. Blackstone and other private equity firms target record real estate funds

3. Tom Brokaw sells UES co-op with $10.75M listing price [WSJ]
4. Interior designer Delphine Krakoff and husband Reed, creative director of Coach, transform their 18,000-square-foot UES townhouse

5. Coney Island introduces new rollercoasters for first time in 80 years

6. Today marks the first day Manhattan’s high end market equals its level prior to Lehman Bros. bankruptcy

7. An argument for Barbara Corcoran’s “Shark Tank” as TV’s best reality show
[Associated Content]

8. Romantic breakup causes Gateway computer founder to lose $2.5 million on Soho penthouse re-sale

9. Glenwood Management wants to build 54-story building near Fordham University’s Lincoln Center campus

10. Bazzini, manufacturers of peanuts sold at Yankee Stadium, unhappily flees Hunts Point for Pennsylvania [Crain’s]
11. Jones Lang LaSalle’s Scott Panzer takes on one of toughest jobs in city real estate: marketing 9 W. 57th Street [Crain’s]
12. Trump wants to build $100 million ballroom for White House to entertain guests [Post]
13. Vornado’s alterations to 510 Fifth Avenue finally gain approval [Curbed]

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