Competitive bidding makes comeback, Hooters “desperate” to near Park Slope … and more

April 27, 2012 05:00PM

1. Real estate mogul Charles Kushner linked to alleged Manhattan Madam and former broker? [Gawker]
2. Hooters “desperate” to open in or around Park Slope [Gothamist]
3. Dewey & Leboeuf now subject of criminal probe over payment complaints [Bloomberg via SFGate]
4. $21M Abingdon penthouse in contract [Curbed]
5. LES loft building marketing homes with new neighborhood moniker: LoLo [Curbed]
6. Toll Brothers’ Hoboken patios sell faster than its condo units [NYT]
7. A look at East New York’s MeadowWood condo development [NYDN]
8. What does the reduction of supply mean for the U.S. housing market? [NYT]
9. Competitive bidding makes comeback — does this mean housing demand is back? [WSJ]