$1B New York-Presbyterian hospital plan approved, Larry David lists home for $15M … and more

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Mar.March 22, 2013 05:00 PM

1. State regulators approve $1 billion New York-Presbyterian Hospital expansion plan [Crain’s]
2. Construction is trucking along at Brooklyn Bridge Park [Brownstoner]
3. Plywood: the latest indicator of a housing recovery [WSJ]
4. Lower Manhattan to have chunk of Class A space available by next month [NYO]
5. Maurice Barbash, Fire Island firebrand, dies at 88 [NYT]
6. Watch what happens in Andy Cohen’s West Village apartment [NYT]
7. Corner lot on major Bushwick intersection is on the block [Brownstoner]
8. Curbing the enthusiasm for his home? Funny man Larry David lists Pacific Palisades spread for $15M [Trulia]
9. 30 Henry Street condo on Brooklyn Eagle site approaches a topping out [Curbed]
10. Comedy sketch profiles the “Super Hamptons”: A summer escape for the majorly wealthy [Patch]
11. Cute pup makes appearance in each of these listing photos for a Chicago home [Craigslist]
12. Twilight actress Ashley Greene’s apartment goes up in flames [Daily Mail]
13. Should JC Penney become a REIT? [Forbes]


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