The Closing: Appraisers in the Recession; Where the Gay Couples Live; Moinian Flyer Invokes Washington


Time Equities spends $3.6 million on three downtown retail condos. [Crain’s]

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Too late now? The latest Atlantic Yards ruling. [Journal]

Former Motown Records president rents three-bedroom apartment on the Upper West Side. [The Real Deal]

Color-coded map illustrates population density of same-sex couples in New York City neighborhoods. [Curbed NY]

Real estate appraisers were also hit hard by the recession. [The Real Deal]

Bronx borough president accuses Bloomberg administration of lying, doesn’t think the community needs another homeless shelter. [NY Times]

Someone has been distributing flyers downtown declaring, “Joe Moinian does NOT pay his bills!” [Curbed NY]

Brooklyn assemblywoman questions why Related is getting such a sweet deal on property that could be used for a Walmart. [Crain’s]

Architect Robert Scarano is out of luck—his appeal has been rejected and he is still banned from filing construction plans. [The Real Deal]

Woodpoint apartments in Williamsburg is revealing itself, lists eight units on Streeteasy. [Curbed NY]

Renderings of the new Whitney Museum in the Meatpacking District fail to impress. [The Real Deal]