The Real Deal New York

Bronx residents push for pedestrian bridge at Van Cortlandt Park, website launches for 42 Ann Street condos … and more

March 31, 2014 05:00PM

1. More details on Anthony Bourdain’s planned Manhattan food hall [NYEater]
2. Bronx residents push for pedestrian bridge for highway-split Van Cortlandt Park [NY1]
3. Website goes live for FiDi condos at landmarked 42 Ann Street [BuzzBuzzHome]
4. Wall Street money drives demand for “un-Hampton” homes on the East End [Newsday]
5. Land title insurance agents need New York license by October [New York Business Journal]
6. Apartment in which Philip Seymour Hoffman died rents for $10,500 a month [NYDN]
7. A warehouse in Long Island City was once prime for pickling [Brownstoner]
8. Trulia economist chats about Manhattan prices on Reddit [HousingWire]Angela Hunt