Brookfield sells N.J. office for $377.5M, New Yorkers are feeling pessimistic about real estate … and more

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1. Brookfield sells N.J. office tower for $377.5 million

2. New Yorkers pessimistic about real estate
[Post Standard]

3. Home prices hurting consumer confidence nationwide

4. When to consider a reverse mortgage

5. Hovnanian extending refinancing offer

6. Insurers see opportunities in commercial mortgages

7. Rate the privately owned public spaces in New York [WNYC/New York World]
8. New York has fewer millionaires
[Times Union]

9. Price keeps dropping at David Wright’s Flatiron penthouse

10. Michele Bachmann says she will protect moms from foreclosure
in Republican debate
[American Independent]

11. Completion of Zuccotti Park was held up for 13 years because
Chock Full o’ Nuts refused to vacate Broadway building

12. Mapping MetroCard usage across different neighborhoods

13. Manhattantown neighborhood survives long after its buildings
are torn down

14. Jon Bon Jovi opens charity restaurant in N.J. [WSJ]
15. Supporters of St. Mark’s Bookshop sing to new Cooper Union
president as bookstore survival remains in doubt [DNAinfo].
16. Fort Greene coffeehouse for sale after 14 years
[Brooklyn Paper]

17. Bridgehampton voters approve purchase of Pulver Gas Parcel

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