The Real Deal New York

Developer David Edelstein’s townhouse sells for $21.5 million, the best new architecture of 2012 … and more

December 28, 2012 04:30PM

1. Developer David Edelstein’s UES townhouse, purchased two years ago for $12.85M, trades for trades for $21.5M [NYT]
2. Five questions that a co-op board can’t (legally) ask [Business Insider]
3. Is NYC’s rental market softening? [NYT]
4. Curbed’s choices for the ugliest apartments of 2012 [Curbed]
5. Phoenix housing market is coming back strong [LA Times]
6. A dog coop for (almost) the price of a co-op [Curbed]
7. The best new architecture of 2012 [NYO]
8. Couple seeks roommate to motivate them to lose weight [Curbed]
9. A year of real estate game changers — from Mark Zuckerberg’s low, low mortgage to a $20M one-bedroom [WSJ]
10. A review of the MTA’s real-time Subway info app, which is now in Beta version [WSJ]