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25 Things in New York Real Estate you need to know this morning

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Good Morning! Here’s the News:

  1. WTC Investor Lloyd Goldman Buys Co-Op for $13.8 Million [Bloomberg]
  2. Designer Gilles Mendel Buys a New York Condominium [WSJ]
  3. Apartment Complexes Blossom in Astoria [WSJ]
  4. We Hear: Matt Damon, John McCain, Kirstie Alley and more… [Boston Herald]
  5. N.Y. Housing Group Nearly Bust After Luxury-Condo Investments [Philanthropy]
  6. A sea of false signals [CRAINS]
  7. In the News: 6,000-Square-Foot Show Store [TriBeca Citizen]
  8. Outlier Near the ‘Center of the Universe’ [NYT]
  9. Robert Cassandro indicted in Ponzi scheme [Newsday]
  10. Artist Bharti Kher Explores the Idea of Home [NYT]
  11. What Mumbai and Beijing Can Learn From New York [The Atlantis Cities]
  12. Homeowners face higher property taxes [Queens Chronicle]
  13. Buyers warming to Hamptons housing scene [libn]
  14. Brooklyn Sears store gets the ax [Norwich]
  15. South Street Seaport Complex To Receive Major Makeover [NY1]
  16. Hotel Williamsburg Sells for $33M [Globe St.]
  17. HKS Capital Arranges $10M Construction Loan [CoStar]
  18. 24-hour room service: Hôtel Americano, New York City [Independent]
  19. Home to Sting, Denzel and Now Barbara [NYT]
  20. Astor Pl. ‘trophy office building’ angling for early ’13 completion [The Villager]
  21. Speed Roommating Moves Into NYC [NTD]
  22. Havana’s New York Accent [NYT]
  23. New York Cottages & Gardens Inaugural Issue Features Best of New York Design and Real Estate [Market Watch]
  24. Extell’s International Gem Tower Tops Out [Globe St.]
  25. All Is Not Paradise with an $88 Million Apartment [The Atlantic Wire]