Zone A updates, Zillow acquires mortgage software company Mortech … and more

TRD New York /
Nov.November 05, 2012 05:00 PM

1. Zillow acquires the mortgage software company Mortech [Zillow]
2. Ivanka Trump discusses motherhood, beauty regimens and New York City’s most inspiring building [WSJ]
3. Zone A updates [Curbed]
4. 94 percent of city schools were open today [Twitter]
5. In Sandy’s wake, real estate attorney Adam Leitman Bailey answers timely questions like, “Does the tenant have to pay rent for the period the tenant is sitting in an apartment with no electricity and no heat?” [Curbed]
6. Major renovation underway at Tiger Woods’ famed Windermere, Fla. mansion [TMZ]
7. This $20 million Telluride, Colo. home comes replete with a French labyrinth [Realtor]
8. Halloween decorations get new life as Thanksgiving decor [Yahoo!]
9. Fort Greene apartment building trades for $2.2 million [NYREJ]
10. How toxic is the sludge that Sandy left behind in Gowanus? [Brownstoner]
11. After the floods, Chelsea galleries show signs of progress [NYM]
12. And before heading to the polls, be sure to check that your voting site hasn’t changed in Sandy’s wake [Gothamist]


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