Embattled hedge funder Steven Cohen allegedly concealed real estate profits, inside Jared Seligman’s baroque home … and more

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Apr.April 04, 2013 05:00 PM

1. Embattled hedge fund manager Steven Cohen allegedly concealed real estate profits from wife [WSJ]
2. Elliman’s Jared Seligman decorates with taxidermy and gilt-framed royal portraits [Coveteur]
3. Future of surfing in post-Sandy New Jersey uncertain [WSJ]
4. Anti-chain store group NO 7-Eleven coming to Tompkins Square Park on Saturday [EV Grieve]
5. 160th anniversary of the invention of the elevator [NYT]
6. Higginson family, who started Harlem brownstone collection in the 1930s with a $20K buy, dedicate spaces to local art [NYP]
7. Forbes’ tour of currently available mansions nationwide [Forbes]
8. Linking two halves of McCarren Park would add about 33,000-square-feet of parkland [Gothamist]
9. A real estate expert put a price on Hogwarts: $204 million [NYDN]
10. Peak inside Soho’s latest event space, now under construction at 50 Varick Street [Tribeca Citizen]
11. Energy industry millionaires buy up ranch real estate [Forbes]
12. No good deals left in Soho, says community memory project founder [Brick Underground]
13. DOB nixes plan to Convert East 9th Street school to college dorms, but developer plows ahead [NYT]


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