Witkoff Group promises a Porsche to top producer, FAQs about the new mortgage rules … and more

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Jan.January 10, 2013 05:00 PM

1. Check out this replica of the Brooklyn Bridge, seen at HBO’s Season 2 premiere party for “Girls” [Gothamist]
2. Speaking of replicas, this Mount Vernon lookalike could be yours, if you have $30 million to spare [AOL]
3. The Witkoff Group will give away a Porsche to the broker who does the most to sell out at 515 East 72nd Street [REW]
4. Inside East Hampton’s uber-exclusive Maidstone Club [Curbed]
5. FAQs about the new mortgage rules [WSJ]
6. This condo set a new price-per-square-foot record at One Beacon Court [NYO]
7. Die Hipster blog is dead [Brooklyn Paper]
8. Iran’s rich architectural traditions [NYT]
9. Out West, Frank Gehry’s Schnabel house trades for $9.5 million [LA Times]
10. There will be four fewer swimming pools atop a new Broome Street condo conversion [Curbed]
11. Downtown Brooklyn could get a new BID [Crain’s]
12. Are these Manhattan listings worth their price tags? Curbed thinks not. [Curbed]


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