Jonathan Miller says housing recovery talk is hype, Lindsay Lohan is moving to New York City … and more

TRD New York /
Aug.August 30, 2012 05:00 PM

1. U.S. open on track to have record attendance [Crain’s]
2. Housing recovery talk is just hype, according to Jonathan Miller [Business Insider]
3. Stay in these new Brooklyn hotels when Barclays Center opens next month [HotelChatter]
4. A profile of Kimco Realty, the $8 billion shopping center landlord based in New Hyde Park [The Island Now]
5. Group wants to buy Charles Edward Ives’ Connecticut home to keep property as retreat for musicians and scholarly types [WSJ]
6. Heath Hall in London, listed for $158M, hits market as Britain’s most expensive home for sale [Business Insider]
7. As Citi leaves Tribeca, what new building could it help build? [NYO]
8. Swire Properties sells apartment in Asia’s first Frank Gehry-designed tower for $55M [Bloomberg]
9. Photos revealed of Spaceport America, a commercial spaceport, which will be ready for take off in 2013 [Curbed]
10. Queens JetBlue sign — a new addition to the skyline — gets turned on [DNAinfo]
11. Lindsay Lohan’s $46,000 Chateau Marmont eviction notice hits the Internet [HotelChatter]
12. Speaking of Lindsay Lohan, she’s moving to New York — Tribeca in fact [NYDN]
13. Photos of the 10 best public restrooms that America has to offer [Business Insider]

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