Village landlord sells West 10th Street building for $11.5M, Dakota apartment hits the market for $29.6M … and more

TRD New York /
Apr.April 06, 2012 08:00 AM

1. Dakota apartment hits the market for $29.6M [NYT]
2. 30-unit West 10th Street building sells for $11.5M [GlobeSt]
3. Lack of available land in Dumbo brings development to Vinegar Hill [WSJ]
4. Advocates hope to restore a sustainable fish market in abandoned South Street Seaport properties [NYT]
5. U.S. asking prices rose 1.4 percent in the first quarter, possibly indicating higher prices are coming [WSJ]
6. As construction data improves, builders at NJ convention report getting more inquiries — but not more work [NYT]
7. Queens man beats down fellow tenant thinking he was a burglar [Post]
8. Church of St. Vincent de Paul on West 23rd Street prepares to close [NYT]
9. Bankruptcy looms for Yonkers, which faces $465M shortfall over next three years [NYT]
10. 17.3 percent of Washington Heights properties have rat infestation problems [NYDN]
11. Cranes and concrete mixers replace toys and cheap clothing as China’s biggest exports [Bloomberg]
12. The history of the servant rooms at 907 Fifth Avenue [NYT]
13. Greenwich residents fear new bike trail would reduce privacy and therefore property values [NYT]
14. Cos Cob, Conn.’s “walkability” draws residents [NYT]
15. Cheap real estate: Town of Buford, Wyoming sells for $900,000 [NYDN]

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