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
[Bloomberg]

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

3. Home prices hurting consumer confidence nationwide
[NYT]

4. When to consider a reverse mortgage
[Forbes]

5. Hovnanian extending refinancing offer
[WSJ]

6. Insurers see opportunities in commercial mortgages
[NYT]

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
[Curbed]

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
[NYT]

12. Mapping MetroCard usage across different neighborhoods
[WSJ]

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

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
[27east]

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