DHA picks up Greenwich Village property for $32M, Sandy survivors nominated for landmarks in Queens … and more

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Dec.December 19, 2012 08:00 AM

1. DHA picks up Greenwich Village property for $32 million [Globe St]
2. Buildings that survived Sandy nominated as landmarks in Queens [Crain’s]
3. Kelsey Grammer slashes asking price of his L.A. home to $15.9 million, from $18 million [LA Times]
4. On the other coast, author Kati Marton — the wife of former Ambassador Richard Holbrooke — sold her Beresford apartment for $11 million, after originally listing it for $14.7 million.
[NYO]
5. And Rihanna buys a fresh Pacific Palisades home for $12 million [NYDN]
6. TheStreet.com settles in SEC fraud probe case [NYP]
7. A talk with Cassidy Turley CEO Joseph Stettinius Jr. [NYT]
8. Knight Capital Group acquired by Getco, rejecting a competing bid from Virtu Financial [NYP]
9. San Jose retail property trades to New York buyer in $12 million deal [Globe St.]
10. New York Public Library main branch renovation evicts 1.2 million books [Bloomberg]
11. Terranova Corporation and Acadia Realty Trust have paid $139 million in cash for a three building portfolio on Miami’s hot retail strip Lincoln Road — 2012’s largest retail acquisition in Florida [Miami Herald]


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