The Real Deal New York

Pop-up restaurant to open in FoodParc, Gov. Cuomo declares state of emergency in Suffolk County following fire … and more

April 10, 2012 05:00PM

FoodParc on 29th Street and Sixth Avenue

1. Pop-up restaurant opening in FoodParc at the Eventi starting in mid-May [Insatiable Critic]
2. Gov. Cuomo declares state of emergency in Suffolk County following brush fires [Newsday]
3. Two homes and one commercial building destroyed by brush fire [WSJ]
4. And fire erupts inside LES fabric store dating to 19th century [DNAinfo]
5. Housing advocacy group files complaint with federal  government alleging Wells Fargo maintained foreclosed homes better in upscale neighborhoods [American Banker]
6. State Liquor Authority posts online map of liquor distributors that includes disciplinary history and pending licenses [Buffalo News]
7. Three homes sell last week in NYC for more than $20M each [Crain's]
8. “You’ve Been Trumped,” film about Trump’s construction of Scotland gold course, shows at Miami Int’l Film Festival [Miami Herald]
9. The risks and rewards of investing with hotel REITs [Seeking Alpha]
10. Interview with Cresa CEO Bill Goade [GlobeSt]
11. Low Line kickstarter fund exceeds goal [Curbed]
12. Designer Phillip Lim moves to 23,000-square-foot Tribeca office [WWD]
13. Upscale bars and eateries pop up in South Bronx [DNAinfo]
14. Manhattan’s CB2 gets six new members who say Soho residents need a stronger voice [DNAinfo]
15. Nationwide home rental prices increase [Housing Wire]
16. Cornerstone closes mortgage fund after it raises $315M for debt-investment vehicle [National Real Estate Investor]
17. Eastern Parkway development site trades for $8.3M [I Love Franklin Ave.]
18. Tater tot shop opens in Williamsburg [Brokelyn]

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