PA admits toll hikes weren’t intended for WTC site, 165-year-old Knoedler art gallery closes … and more

December 01, 2011 08:18AM

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The Outerbridge Crossing, one of the bridges on which the PA instituted a fare hike

1. PA admits toll hikes weren’t used for rebuilding the WTC site
[Post]

2. 165-year-old Knoedler art gallery on UES announces it will close
[NYT]

3. NBA champion Jason Kidd buys Southampton mansion listed for $5.98M
[Post, 1st item]

4. As urban farming gains traction, some urban dwellers must fend with a neighbor’s goat
[NYDN]

5. Brookfield turns focus to distressed properties
[WSJ]

6. Private equity boss David Stockman slashes asking price of Conn. mansion by nearly $4M
[Post, 3rd item]

7. NY AG launches investigation on foreclosures filed against active military members
[Bloomberg News]

8. Plastic surgeon wants $19.9M for his 105 East 73rd Street townhouse that doubles as an office
[Post]

9. Madison Equities drops price on $8M Chelsea Modern penthouse in search of buyer [DNAinfo]
10. Daughter of record-breaking condo buyer Igor Krutoy lists 209 East 59th Street apartment for $2.4M [Post, 4th item]