The Real Deal New York

Streeteasy chief wants to save the Internet, still no compliance monitor at AY … and more

January 18, 2012 05:00PM

1. Streeteasy’s chief appears at anti-piracy protests outside Schumer’s office, saying: “I want to save the Internet” [CNN]
2. Still no compliance monitor for Atlantic Yards [Brooklyn Eagle]
3. Manhattan’s “Uncanny Valley” explained [NYO]
4. Century 21 could move to Fulton Street in Brooklyn [Post]
5. Cuomo tax plan raises real estate brokers’ licensing fees [NYDN]
6. Suffolk County shopping center sells for $72.5M [GlobeSt]
7. Plans for condos at Delancey and Pitt streets revealed [Lo-Down]
8. Brooke Shields sells Soho co-op [Curbed]
9. Apartment sector’s recovery outpacing the rest of the housing market [National Real Estate Investor]
10. LPC landmarks Williamsburg bank [Brownstoner]
11. Speedy housing recovery not on the docket for 2012: Freddie Mac [World Property Channel]