The Real Deal New York

The Wrap: DoBro building getting seven new floors, billionaire hedge-funder may have bought $53M One57 pad … and more

December 30, 2014 06:00PM

Left: Renderings for 285 Schermerhorn Street in Downtown Brooklyn Right: Existing structure

From left: Renderings for 285 Schermerhorn Street in Downtown Brooklyn, and the existing structure

1. Seven modern floors to top 1920s-era DoBro building [NY YIMBY]
2. Billionaire hedge-funder Mark Brodsky likely shelled out $53M for One57 pad [NYO]
3. A handy holiday doorman tip calculator [Brick Underground]
4. Case-Shiller home price report by U.S. metro area [WSJ]
5. The Whitby still a popular residence for Broadway stars [NYT]
6. Making the case against NY Times’ support of QueensWay [Second Avenue Sagas]
7. $14 million Greenwich Village townhouse narrowly escapes foreclosure [NYDN]
8. Salvation Army ups its retail game with Greenpoint boutique [Crain’s]

Tess Hofmann

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