Hey Ho, Let’s Go … to Forest Hills This 853-square-foot co-op on 67th Road in Forest Hills (hometown of the Ramones) used to be listed for $20,000 more. But after only a few weeks on the market, the asking price has been hacked down to $259,000, according to Streeteasy.com. It sounds like the owners are motivated, which could mean even more wiggle room for you. All the crucial renovations kitchen and bath have been taken care of, and the unit comes with storage that rents for just $47 a month. (There’s parking, but you’ll have to get on a wait list to nab a spot.) At $410, the monthly maintenance is low, too. S. Jhoanna Robledo
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Spitzer, Announcing Budget, Looks to Steamroll Long Island, TooAs Eliot Spitzer was onstage in Albany today running through the billion-dollar pie charts of his first budget proposal, the governor’s cyber-self was sending an e-mail titled “Our Dialogue” to a 40,000-person mailing list compiled during his campaign. It’s the debut of spitzer2010.org, a domain name Spitzer registered back in November, six days after winning the election. The e-mail spends several paragraphs reviewing administrative appointments and bureaucratic changes before getting to its point.
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There’s Nothing to See Here
Monday’s issue of New York was a double issue, meaning no new mag next week — and, therefore, inherently, that nothing happened this week. We’ll see you Monday.