Inside Carmelo and La La Anthony’s Hell’s Kitchen duplex, New York realty firm settles federal discrimination suit … and more

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Apr.April 19, 2012 08:00 AM

1. Inside Carmelo and La La Anthony’s Hell’s Kitchen duplex [Post]
2. Marriott raised forecasts for 2012 earnings and revenue thanks to rising room rates and increased demand [Bloomberg]
3. Yankees’ Hiroki Kuroda rents West 52nd Street penthouse for $19,750 per month [Post, 1st item]
4. Rockland County real estate firm settles federal lawsuit accusing it of charging higher rents to black renters [Reuters]
5. Ridership has increased significantly at stops along at-risk G Train extension [Brooklyn Paper]
6. After Greene Street deal falls through, Rachel Weisz eyes $8.5M East Village townhouse condo [Post, 2nd item]
7. Staircase leading to ground-floor goes missing from EV tenement [EVGrieve]
8. AREA Property Partners CEO Richard Mack lists 730 Park Avenue co-op for $15M [Post, 4th item]
9. Freddie, Fannie work to further simplify short sale process [WSJ]
10. Buy a $12M Park Imperial condo, get a free Porsche [Post, 6th item]
11. CB3 meets to discuss options for limiting chains and bars in the Village [Local EV]
12. A look at best-selling author S.J. Rozan’s 425-square-foot West Village apartment [Post]
13. Mob still has sway over Little Italy’s annual San Gennaro festival [NYT]
14. LI-based Kimco gets $400M unsecured loan [GlobeSt]
15. DOB approves nine-story, 94-unit residential building at 74 Third Avenue [EVGrieve]
16. Gov. Cuomo earned $50,000 from investments in N.J. and Texas categorized as real estate [Businessweek]


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