Greystone pays $6.5M for Dumbo lot, U.S. home prices hit 2005 levels … and more

April 22, 2013 05:00PM

1. Greystone buys Dumbo lot for $6.5 million [Brownstoner]
2. A 100-year-old Park Slope townhouse asks $9 million [Curbed]
3. And a West Village townhouse with a treehouse hits the market for $6M [Curbed]
4. U.S. home prices hit 2005 levels, while existing home sales barely budged [Reuters, via CNBC]
5. Anthony Weiner used a broker to rent his Gramercy apartment, owned by a Clinton donor [NYT]
6. NYC building owners offer insight on leasing to non-profits [GlobeSt]
7. Debating the future of Beacon High School building on the Upper West Side [DNAinfo]
8. Check out Admiral’s Row before Blumenfeld Development turns it into a shopping center [Bogdan Mohora, via Curbed]
9. Real estate agent: the happiest job in America [Parade]
10. And here’s what they wear to work at Halstead, SOM and Richard Meier [WSJ]
11. South Cove, off Manhattan’s South End Avenue, will get $500,000 post-Sandy repair [Broadsheet Daily]
12. Vandals, Brooklynites unhappy with Citi Bike share program [Brownstoner]
13. A look at what’s on offer at the 9/11 Museum [60 Minutes, via Curbed]
14. Muck off: MTA’s muck houses come down on Second Avenue [WSJ]
15. Converting to REITs said to be a “golden ticket” for corporations [NYT]