Elliman broker starts site for pre-war apartments, Toll Brothers nabs 1110 Park Avenue … and more

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Mar.March 23, 2012 05:00 PM

1. Elliman broker starts site for pre-war apartments [NYDN]
2. Toll Brothers nabs 1110 Park Avenue for $16.5 million [IBTimes]
3. Attorney representing the Surf Lodge faces pre-trial motions over club’s 686 zoning violations [East Hampton Star]
4. Home sales down in Fairfield County, Conn. [NYT]
5. Williamsburg cinema renderings debut online [Curbed]
6. Study analyzes land use, infrastructure, populations and living conditions in areas
surrounding NJ transit stations [NYT]
7. 26 co-op units remain at Via Verde in the Bronx [NYDN]
8. Real estate donations to non-profit groups help preserve two Long Island homes [NYT]
9. Freddie Mac CEO indicates GSE principal reduction could come soon [HousingWire]
10. Lower Manhattan Gehry residential tower won’t be tallest residential tower for long [NYT]
11. Salithru moves from Broadway office to 17,775-square-foot space at 10 Hudson Square [NYO]
12. A look inside Harlem’s new Ginny’s Supper Club, located in Red Rooster’s cellar [Gothamist]
13. Sneak peek at Brooklyn’s new Hotel BPM [HotelChatter]


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