The Real Deal New York

Prudential to begin work on new digs this fall, Ben Stiller lists home at a loss … and more

August 16, 2012 05:00PM

1. Brooklyn townhouse at 40 Willow Place, the home with the highest assessed value in the borough, has sold for $7.3M [Curbed]
2. Prudential to begin work on new 20-story, $444M home this fall, following Newark planning board approval [GlobeSt]
3. New York City officials remain quiet regarding repairs to collapsed bulkhead in Rockaways [NYDN]
4. Ben Stiller and Christine Taylor list their Manhattan home at a loss [Trulia]
5. The Donald’s RNC surprise scene with Obama impersonator gets ruined — maybe [Salon]
6. Communal attachment has an economic benefit, according to a new study [Forbes]
7. Chinese homebuilders construct four homes on top of shopping mall in Zhuzhou [Curbed]
8. Foreclosed six-bedroom Nevada home that’s on the market boasts its own water park [AOL]
9. Lower Manhattan’s 55 Fulton Market has popular soft opening [DNAinfo]
10. Express opened last night in Brooklyn’s Fulton Mall, situated near the soon-to-open Barclays Center [Brownstoner]