Three Walker Tower penthouses come online, Signage dispute delays Microsoft’s Times Square deal … and more

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Nov.November 16, 2012 04:30 PM

1. Three Walker Tower penthouses hit the market — with one asking $6,035 a square foot [Curbed]
2. Sandy relief efforts centered at the Rockaway Beach Surf Club [Crain’s]
3. The rise of the multi-generational home [AOL]
4. Signage dispute delays Microsoft’s Times Square deal [NYO]
5. Marriott and Starwood both could open NoMad hotels [Crain’s]
6. At 40 Vanderbilt in Fort Greene, more affordable units come online [Brownstoner]
7. If Albany doesn’t act, condo, co-op taxes could soar [Crain’s]
8. Prudential names Hal Collett to oversee firm’s commercial mortgage servicing [Bloomberg]
9. How to buy based on a floorplan [NYT]
10. A home makeover, courtesy of Brangelina’s architect [AOL]
11. TechLaw Solutions heads to 270 Madison [NYO]
12. Five city laws that your landlord would rather you not know [Curbed]
13. “Jaws” producer Richard Zanuck sells Los Angeles mansion for $20.1 million [WSJ]
14. Finding house-hunting/house-selling clients in the dead of winter [Trulia]
15. And finally, Hostess may be kaput, but here’s how to make Twinkies or Hostess cupcakes from inside your condo or co-op or townhouse [Gothamist] and [NYT]


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