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Actress Lucie Arnaz lists UWS pied-a-terre for a modest price, will Sandy spark infrastructure overhaul? … and more

November 01, 2012 08:00AM

1. Emmy-winning winning actress Lucie Arnaz, the daughter of Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, lists UWS pied-a-terre for just $389,000 [NYP, 2nd item]
2. Could Sandy be a net economic gain for the U.S. economy? [Business Insider]
3. Should we invest in an infrastructure overhaul? Yes, says the president of Building America’s Future [Politico]
4. Swimming through the subway: pictures of NYC’s flooded infrastructure [Gizmodo]
5. Wall Street criticized over its contingency plan [FT]
6. Metro-North trains restart service between NYC and Stamford [Stamford Advocate]
7. New Zealand’s real estate market rebounds [NYT]
8. Hoboken residents say they were not adequately warned about Sandy [Huffington Post]
9. Broadstone closes $39M worth of leases [Globe St]
10. Sotheby’s Brenda Powers and Elizabeth Sample have opened a Tel Aviv office [NYP, 5th item]