Landmarks advocate Lenore Norman dies, London ranked most favorite city of super rich … and more

December 27, 2012 05:30PM

1. Lenore Norman, an advocate for the preservation of city landmarks, is dead at 83 [NYT]
2. London tops favorite cities of the super rich list [Forbes]
3. Five real estate resolutions for the new year [Yahoo!]
4. NYT columnist Nicholas Kristof, tweeting at Donald Trump, suggests the real estate mogul give away “as much money to good causes as you spend on your hair.” [Politico]
5. The long-sealed Atlantic Avenue tunnel houses a 19th-century steam engine, according to reports [Gothamist]
6. Living off the grid — in the Florida Keys [NBC News]
7. Why the right time to buy is … right now [Housing Wire]
8. Does America have too many shopping malls? [Atlantic Cities]
9. The trippiest starchitect projects of 2013 [Curbed]
10. U.S. mortgage-backed bond sales reach three-year high [Housing Wire]
11. If you listen, you can hear a sound installation in Times Square [WSJ]
12. Entertainment law firm Grubman Indursky Shire & Meiselas renews Carnegie Hill Tower lease [Crain’s]