Top new NYC condo developments by gross income … and more

TRD New York /
Jul.July 07, 2011 08:15 AM

1. Top new NYC condo developments by gross income

2. UN pushes forward with plan to replace playground with office tower

3. “Gossip Girl” star Kelly Rutherford rents 45 East 80th Street condo for $10,500
[Post,1st item]

4. Photographer David LaChapelle sells Lower East Side pad for $1.68M

5. Pricey Wall Street burger joint declares bankruptcy

6. How often do air conditioning units fall out of NYC windows?
[Village Voice]

7. U.S. landlords eliminate freebies as inventory drops

8. Banks are lending again, but not to the average consumer

9. Former Rolling Stones manager lists Sagaponack beach house for $8.5M [Curbed]
10. Brooklyn Bridge Park to get pedestrian-friendly gateways [Post]
11. Cy Vance considers going after the big shots in Deutsche Bank fire case [NYDN]
12. Actor Alec Baldwin’s search for a home continues on the UWS [Post, 2nd item]
13. Bed-Stuy gets a new Indian restaurant [NYDN]
14. What effect will Fannie Mae split have on U.S. mortgage finance role? [Bloomberg]

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