Guinness heiress lists Stanhope apartment, SL Green’s funds from operations rise 17% … and more

TRD New York /
Jan.January 31, 2012 05:00 PM

1. City could develop public beach between Brooklyn, Manhattan bridges [Post]
2. Consumer confidence in U.S. housing market down: report [CNBC]
3. SL Green’s funds from operations rise 17 percent [Business Week]
4. UES businesses say Lady Gaga’s dad’s restaurant should increase foot traffic [DNAinfo]
5. Schneiderman is man to go after banks, as long as he isn’t being used a pawn: op-ed [Newsday]
6. Queens Museum of Art expansion project soldiers on [ArchPaper]
7. One way to help a NYC apartment sell is to publicize famous former residents [NYT]
8. Tavern on the Green rebirth will involve taking out all “non-historic” aspects [DNAinfo]
9. Guinness heiress lists Stanhope apartment for $14M [Curbed]
10. Donald Trump Jr. on how his company made 40 Wall Street a success [NYO]
11. 10 nationwide real estate markets to watch in 2012 [Inman]
12. Robert Schiller on his outlook for residential real estate [Fox]
13. Stratospherically high-end diner opens on the Bowery [Gothamist]
14. Eastern New York Federal Credit Union in Ulster County is the first federally insured credit union to be liquidated in 2012 [DSNews]

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