Icahn-controlled firm bids $4.3 billion for Reckson.
[Crain’s]The apartment atop the garage makes comeback.
[NY Times]A talk with real estate lawyer Carl F. Schwartz.
[NY Times]Got a defect in your house? Good luck selling it.
[NY Times]Exploiting light in an apartment redesign.
[NY Times]Finding the backstory of La Rochelle on West 75th.
[NY Times]When the old house isn’t selling.
[NY Times]No one wants to leave Port Richmond, Staten Island.
[NY Times]Court ruling protects condo, co-op boards.
[NY Times]Boomers may cause stagnation in housing markets.
[NY Times]Continuing the Lower East Side’s redesign.
[NY Times]Climbing to a Manhattan penthouse.
[NY Times]Will Hotel Pierre’s penthouse triplex sell for $70 million.
[NY Times]Not as many Landmarks in Village historic district.
[NY Times]421-a incentive negotiations continue.
[NY Times]Macklowe withdraws from Reckson bid.
[NY Times]Moinian wants Park Avenue co-op for office tower.
[NY Post]Feds investigating city’s trade center insurance company.
[NY Post]Icahn now stands alone in Reckson bid.
[NY Post]Exploded townhouse site sells for $8 million.
[Daily News]Report: Housing won’t stymie consumer spending.
[Daily News]Brunei imbroglio involves Manhattan’s Palace Hotel.
[Daily News]4,200 may lose jobs if city hospitals close.
[Daily News]City gambling on makeovers for off-track betting parlors.
[Daily News]Activists fight to stop city sale of firehouses.
[Daily News]Buyers return to converted 110 Livingston Street.
[Daily News]Homeowners, beware: New tax bills in the mail.
[Daily News]Mack-Cali quits group going for Reckson.
[MarketWatch]111 Central Park North condo tops off.
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