Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Tuesday Morning Links

With all Swine Flu, all the time on the tube, I wonder what the over/under is for seeing people with masks on the subway? My guess is within 48 hours.
S.L. Green Posts Better Funds From Ops, But Manhattan Tents Slide 12% And More (Guardian/U.K.)
Mini-Madoff: Dreier To Plead Guilty On All Counts To $700 Million Fraud (National Law Journal)
Trial Of Astor's Son Begins (Bloomberg)
MTA Deficit Grows Even Larger (Bloomberg)
City's Print Media Excited By This Real Estate Thing (Curbed)
Second Avenue Subway Delayed A Third Year To 2016 (NYDN via Curbed)
Hudson River's Pier 64 Now Open To Chelsea Loungers (Curbed)
Hamptons: Vittadini Sells Water Mill Home For $5 Mil., 33% Below Original Ask, Still Triples $ In 12 Years (Newsday)
Hamptons: Corcoran Consolidates In East Hampton, Still Pretty Big (The Real Deal)

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