Councilwoman outlines demands for Durst’s 57th Street pyramid, housing stands strong with fewer price cuts this winter … and more

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Jan.January 17, 2013 08:00 AM

1. Councilwoman outlines demands for Durst’s 57th Street pyramid [NYO]
2. There were fewer listing price reductions this winter, year-over-year: Trulia chief economist [Forbes]
3. Rory Kennedy (daughter of Robert F. and Ethel Kennedy) sells Park Slope townhouse, listed for $3.6 million  [NYO]
4. On again, off again: eight-fireplace Upper East Side mansion relists for $24.5 million [Curbed]
5. CBS plans to go REIT with its billboard-advertising business [NYP]
6. Midtown dumpling purveyor sues landlord over scaffolding, obscuring grand opening sign [NYO]
7. This week’s real estate gossip, a round up [NYP]
8. Bay area home prices skyrocket in December, with largest monthly increase in 24 years [Bloomberg]
9. Nautical homebuyer needed: functioning Chesapeake Bay lighthouse lists for $249,500 [NBC News]
10.While former MTA chairman Joseph Lhota may be currently leading the GOP pack in the mayoral race, poll shows Democrats are sitting pretty [NYDN]
11. Jazz Gallery gets new lease at 1160 Broadway [WSJ]
12. Sorting out jumbled rooms in potentially prime properties [NYT]


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