City relists scammer’s Park Ave. duplex for $19.5M, speeding up the schlep to Laguardia … and more

TRD New York /
Oct.October 12, 2012 08:00 AM

1. City relists scam artist Hassan Nemazee’s 770 Park Avenue duplex for $19.5 million [Curbed]
2. Could a bubble be brewing in Miami’s luxury real estate market? [NYT]
3. Oxford Properties to pump $3B into massive downtown Toronto development [Bloomberg]
4. MTA’s new fast-track bus speed up schlep to LaGuardia [NYDN]
5. Manhattan tycoons with some serious real estate assets, David Martinez and Paul Singer, butt heads in court [NYT]
6. The loss of Windsor Terrace’s only grocery leaves locals hungry for something new [WSJ]
7. Harlem condo building at 2280 Frederick Douglass Boulevard reaches 90 percent sold [Curbed]
8. 13-acre English manor-style home listed in Westchester for $7.75M [NYDN]
9. Renovations wrap up at the UES’s historic Park Avenue Armory [NYT]
10. JP Morgan shows record $5.8B profit from July through September  [Crain’s]
11. The Public Theater unveils suave new restaurant, dubbed the Library [Gothamist]
12. Cartoonist pays homage to Bushwick bar [Brooklyn Paper]

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