Rose Hill Estate gets $3M price chop, Plaza condo sells for $33.5M … and more

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Feb.February 23, 2012 05:00 PM

1. Embattled Rose Hill Estate in Southampton gets $3M price chop [Curbed]
2. Two condos at the Plaza trade for $33.5M and $8.3M [IB Times]
3. As Grubb & Ellis bankruptcy unfolds, many questions remain [Commercial Property Executive]
4. What will become of soon-to-close Blockbuster space on East Houston? [EV Grieve]
5. Home prices rose nationally in December, according to FHFA [Post]
6. Low Line has lots of support — even financial [DNAinfo]
7. Banks are not good landlords [NPR]
8. Sag Harbor gets new ice cream vendor [Sag Harbor Online]
9. More details on Jeremy Lin’s posh new Manhattan pad [WSJ]
10. Actress Gloria Reuben plans to never leave Chelsea pad, after getting grand piano in the window [Post]
11. Brooklyn lawmakers push for bill to protect drivers and pedestrians from projectiles, exempt new walkway between Brooklyn Heights and Brooklyn Bridge Park [Brooklyn Paper]
12. $450M residential development in Jersey City planned [GlobeSt]

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