The Real Deal New York

Woolworth Building turns 100, U.S. has over 300,000 “zombie homes” … and more

March 29, 2013 05:00PM

1. The Woolworth Building, a Manhattan icon, turns 100 [NYT]
2. “Cowardly Lion’s” den in Beverly Hills asks $25.5 million [LA Times]
3. Over 300,000 “zombie homes” in the United States, survey finds [NYP]
4. Hollywood talent manager enjoys second avatar as broker to the stars [WSJ]
5. East Village’s Jefferson building tops out [EV Grieve]
6. Inside South Ferry’s second coming: PHOTOS [Second Avenue Sagas]
7. Now is the time for mortgage-interest reform, contributor says [Forbes] 
8. Check out the country’s priciest hoods to find a home plate [Forbes]
9. Ireland’s soft stance on mortgages coming to a close [NYT]
10. Pet owners learn new tricks to get hold of apartments [NYT]
11. Inside the wacky world of a high-end condo concierge [NYDN]
12. High Line Hotel, erstwhile dorm for budding priests, to open in May [Curbed]