Nabe News

Posted on: March 12th, 2009 at 1:47 pm by

MADOFF JAILED! [Daily Intel]

The Jarmulowsky Bank Building at the corner of Orchard and Canal Streets is on the market again. In 2005, the iconic (but not landmarked) structure was sold for $25 million, and there were rumors of a hotel conversion. Current asking price is $37 million. Good luck fetching that [Curbed]

A Polaroid shot of the Keith Haring mural back in 1982. It’s crazy that the concrete wall has remained relatively unchanged in nearly two decades! [EV Grieve]

Decrepit dragon handrails guarding a Chinatown tenement [Ephemeral NY]

Greenwich Village Dallas BBQ impostor will reopen on Monday at 21 West 8th Street [Grub St]

Many real estate experts feel the recent “hot neighborhoods” will be hit hardest in the coming months. “The properties that continue to have price drops tend to be those that were overpriced from the beginning,” said Barak Realty agent Greg Bibens.” Bring on the discount! [Metro]

Chair-throwing and fisticuffs on Avenue A [Neither More Nor Less]



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