The Week in Real Estate: 4.17.09

A co-op owner at 101 Central Park West is asking less than what he paid in 2006.

Bloomberg’s people are bullish on a financial services recovery.

Sean Sweeney, embattled kingmaker of Soho activism.

Larry Silverstein and the Port Authority at odds over last two World Trade Center towers. Bloomberg to the rescue?

Beer giant InBev wants office space in New York.

Brokers turn mean when discussing Madonna’s new 81st Street mansion.

The Top 20 Manhattan office spaces available for sublease.

Landmarking push for Hudson River Powerhouse officially starts.

Brooklyn condo sales drop 57 percent annually.

Half the homes sold in Queens in the first quarter closed below $400,000.

Is it worth billions in public money to build Larry Silverstein’s World Trade Center towers?

The Miraval Living condo pushes luxury lifestyle in a recession.

Techies and reporters assess Cushman & Wakefield, CB Richard Ellis flash drives.


  The Week in Real Estate: 4.17.09