The Real Deal New York

Asphalt Green is too good to lose, Manhattan parking rates tower over national average … and more

July 07, 2011 05:30PM

1. In 2008, Goldman took the largest federal loan in U.S. history
[Bloomberg]

2. Critic: losing Asphalt Green to an UES marine transfer station is the proposal’s biggest tragedy
[WSJ]

3. Port Authority devotes even more money to the revamp of the George Washington Bridge Bus Terminal
[GlobeSt]

4. Japanese barbecue restaurant joins New York Beer Company at retail base of the Observer building
[NYO]

5. Riverdale castle bought for $1.8M and renovated for $1.5M hits market at $3M
[WSJ]

6. Owl Creek Asset Management founder buys triplex penthouse at 141 Prince for $25M [Post, 7th item]
7. North Carolina gets a “Park Slope” of its own (with much cheaper housing)
[FIPS]

8. International buyers are spearheading an otherwise lackluster second-quarter sales market
[UrbanDigs]

9. Manhattan parking rates are three-and-a-half times the national average
[Crain’s]

10. Gourmet popsicle stand opens in East Village
[PopSugar]

11. Where does the money from the $300B Freddie and Fannie bailout go? [Richard’s Real Estate]
12. Controversial pension fund placement agent sells Bleecker Street penthouse for $2.7M, buys in Harlem’s 5th on the Park for $1.42M [NYO]

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