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Memorial Sloan-Kettering signs 10-year UES lease, Listing for last sponsor unit at Stanhope now has photos … and more

March 26, 2012 05:00PM

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An interior photo of the last sponsor unit at the Stanhope

1. Memorial Sloan-Kettering signs 10-year lease at 650 Madison Avenue [Crain's]
2. Listing for last sponsor unit at Stanhope on UES now has photos [Curbed]
3. Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn sells landmarked Fort Greene property for nearly $6M [Brownstoner]
4. Tenants sought for planned Brookfield towers near Penn Station [Crain's]
5. State Supreme Court allows National Arts Club’s prez, twin brother and friend to stay in apartments and remain members [NYT]
6. Glastonbury, Conn. home under construction for disabled veteran [NYT]
7. A look at the new Noho-Bowery Stakeholders group [Local]
8. Op-ed: Why a man who’s fighting rent control laws deserves his court appointment [NYDN]
9. Brooklyn-based pro-Upper East Side waste transfer station group takes to Facebook to help push plan forward [DNAinfo]
10. HSBC’s mortgage business still under “strategic review” [National Mortgage News]
11. Now on the market: $10.9 million Clarkson Street apartment with four beds, 3.5 baths and gallery space [Curbed]
12. Renderings revealed for Williamsburg’s 53 Broadway project [Curbed]
13. New plans to develop pedestrian avenue right in Midtown connecting building atria through seven blocks [NYO]
14. Preservation awards for two Queens locations: high school in Elmhurst and TWA terminal at JFK [Queens Courier]
15. The rush for foreclosures on Wall Street [NDTV Profit]
16. Vanity Fair’s Graydon Carter aims to reopen the Beatrice Inn as chophouse in five weeks [WSJ]
17. The five top unrealistic apartments portrayed in movies and on television, according to Michael Musto [Village Voice]
18. Bar Basque in the Eventi Hotel to close at the end of April [Eater]
19. One man’s goal to walk every street of every borough of New York City [NYT]

  • Scrooged

    My issue with the Stanhope is the same as it’s always been, the ceilings are too short for $20M apartments.

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