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Weill’s $88M sale at 15 CPW closes, Citi pays HUD $158M in bad loan hiding settlement … and more

February 16, 2012 08:00AM

1. Record $88M sale at 15 CPW closes [WSJ]
2. Citi pays $158M in HUD settlement for hiding bad loan information from federal insurers [Bloomberg]
3. Donald Trump makes fundraising phone calls for Mitt Romney [Twitter]
4. Sales surge at 350 West Broadway [DNAinfo]
5. Jeremy Lin may still be looking for a Manhattan apartment at the Ritz-Carlton residences  [Post, 5th item]
6. Heiress Huguette Clark’s family claims caretakers who benefited from her will committed fraud [MSNBC]
7. Soap star Michael Easton lists 984-square-foot condo at 655 Sixth Avenue for $1.3M [Post, 2nd item]
8. All 400 foreclosures under audit by San Francisco were found to have some violations or suspicious documentation [NYT]
9. At women’s NYC real estate forum, panelists discuss new development and dispense career advice [Epoch Times]
10. Glendale seeks a pedestrian plaza for its retail corridor [NYDN]
11. While Jackson Heights works to ease tensions with shop owners who despite its new pedestrian plaza [NYDN]
12. N Sync singer Lance Bass lists his Chelsea Mercantile building apartment for short-term rental [Post, 4th item]
13. Queens’ beloved Gloria Pizza to reopen in Forest Hills [NYDN]

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