Martha Stewart eyes $30M glass house in Bedford Hills, Brookfield acquires LA office property owner … and more

TRD New York /
Apr.April 25, 2013 05:00 PM

1. Home decorating queen Martha Stewart eyes $30 million glass house in Bedford Hills, N.Y. [NYP]
2. “So Soho” duplex listed with Town Residential’s Dana Power for $14.66 million [DNAInfo]
3. Brookfield Office Properties to pay $3.15 a share for office landlord MPG Office Trust’s stock [GlobeSt]
4. Seven townhouses at Sackett Union in Park Slope still available for up to $4 million [Brownstoner]
5. Mortgage rates hit record lows; Q1 housing sales soar to highest level since 2009 [WSJ]
6. High-flying graffiti artist leaves three-story tag on East Houston Hotel [Local East Village]
7. From Manhattan to Park City, Utah, what kind of house $1 million can buy [Business Insider]
8. National Association of Home Builders wants Congressional support on housing tax incentives [Housing Wire]
9. Repairman seriously injured after falling 25 feet down elevator shaft at 61 Broadway in FiDi [NYDN]
10. 5 Pointz redevelopment to Include Street art, developers of new residential towers say [DNAInfo]
11. Online petition wants LES dive bar Max Fish’s new location to be in Williamburg [DNAInfo]

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