Schneiderman seeks ouster of FHFA’s DeMarco, Alicia Keys uses crane to move out of 30 Crosby … and more

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Mar.March 18, 2013 05:00 PM

1. Schneiderman leads AGs in calling for ouster of FHFA’s Edward DeMarco [Housing Wire]
2. Alicia Keys used a crane to move out of 30 Crosby Street penthouse [TMZ]
3. Schools, libraries, municipal offices increasingly see real estate as funding source [NYT]
4. Toyo Ito designed for dogs, and six other facts about the newest Pritzker Prize winner [Curbed]
5. Cushman & Wakefield to handle first-ever leasing of 497 Broome Street, known as the Teddy Bear factory [NYO]
6. Tribeca’s 56 Leonard officially launches sales [Press Release]
7. Major League Soccer commish says Orlando — not Queens — may be first expansion site [Gothamist]
8. Soho House = Starbucks? A Lower East Side resident opines on the luxe club [Lo-Down]
9. How not to get emotional when selling a home [Bankrate, via Business Insider]
10. “There is no national housing market,” writes Forbes columnist [Forbes]
11. Do real estate agents overprice when listing their own homes? [Bankrate via Fox Business]
12. Along with an $88 million 15 CPW penthouse, Dmitriy Rybolovlev owns biggest share of faltering Bank of Cyprus [Business Insider]


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