Brewer wants to landmark school slated for demolition, NJ judge says tenant must pay full Sandy rent … and more

TRD New York /
Apr.April 10, 2013 05:00 PM

1. City Councillor Gale Brewer seeks to landmark Edward Durell Stone school, slated for demolition [West Side Rag]
2. Tenant must pay full rent despite Sandy service outages: New Jersey judge [Law360]
3. Even some Midtown South pioneers have been pushed out by higher rents [NYO]
4. A rendering of new condominiums at 56 South Third Street [BuzzBuzzHome]
5. Blackstone’s Capital Trust moves to invest in commercial real estate [WSJ]
6. Apartment hunters buy off floor plans in New Jersey [NYT]
7. Are the feds “dropping money out of helicopters” to prop up housing market? [WSJ]
8. The U.S. government’s landlord works to profit off real estate sales [NYT]
9. Jersey City starts construction of 80,000-square-foot warehouse on former toxic site [WSJ]
10. Massive Roche campus in Jersey has appeal for mixed-use developers [WSJ]
11. Jodie Foster prepares to sell Hollywood home [Real Estalker]
12. Residents’ vote brings dog park to Williamsburg [Brooklyn Paper]
13. Cuomo wants additional assurances on mortgage payments for Sandy-affected homeowners [WSJ]

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