Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Wednesday Morning Links

Stay tuned for an A. Fine Blog exclusive interview with Robert Knakal, Chairman and Founding Partner of Massey Knakal. The interview will include Mr. Knakal's take on the state of New York's real estate market, the bank bailout, the stimulus package, and more. Only on A. Fine Blog. Coming later this morning.
Geithner's Bailout Plan Is Big, But Lack Of Detail Derails Markets (NY Times)
Sotheby's Buys It's Office Building Back (NY Times)
"The Edge" Won't Follow Toll Down Incentive & Price Chop Lane (The Real Deal)
Three Alarm Blaze At Macklowe's 510 Madison (The Real Deal)
In Boston, John Hancock Tower May Be Sold To Settle Debts (Bloomberg)
"Dutch Kills" Bar To Finally Open In LIC- Are They Ready For $8-$10 Cocktails? (Gothamist)
"La Goulue" To Close (Eater via Diner's Journal/NY Times)
Now Marc Dreier Gets The Ultra-Lux Prison Treatment At One Beacon Court (see video on Cityfile)

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