Marathon doubles space at 655 Third, Courtney Sale Ross’ Hamptons estate officially hits market for $75M … and more

TRD New York /
Apr.April 23, 2013 05:00 PM

1. Investment firm Marathon Partners doubles presence at 655 Third Avenue [Crain’s]
2. Courtney Sale Ross lists Georgica Pond estate for $75 million [Dan’s Hamptons]
3. How the construction of one newsstand in front of Cipriani Wall Street turned into a neighborhood controversy [NYP]
4. Park Slope townhouse-to-condo conversion hits market asking $1.1 million to $1.8 million [Curbed]
5. Architecture critic writes ode to keep the Folk Art Museum standing [Curbed]
6. Petition aims to reverse decision to turn East 9th Street’s P.S. 64 into dorms [EV Grieve]
7. A decidedly less colorful vision for graffiti haven 5 Pointz [NY YIMBY]
8. An Amsterdam, N.Y. castle on the market is cautionary tale for sellers looking to flip boomtime buys [NYT]
9. West Chelsea fetish festival cancelled amidst residential construction [Vanishing New York via DNAinfo]
10. Tips for collecting antiques in limited NYC spaces [WSJ]
11. Nick Nolte lists Malibu compound for $8.3 million [WSJ]
12. Mortgages with late payments fall to lowest level since 2008 [WSJ]


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