The Real Deal New York

House approves Dodd-Frank changes that benefit Milstein, Extell models its newest tallest residential tower … and more

May 31, 2012 05:00PM

Times Square

1. House committee pushes through Dodd-Frank addition that benefits Milstein’s Emigrant Savings Bank [NYT]
2. After renovation, Times Square visitors will sit on electrical currents [Architect's Newspaper]
3. Marriott buys Gaylord’s hotel brand for $210M [Bloomberg]
4. Woman hit by falling scaffolding in Chelsea [DNAinfo]
5. Lawyer Neal Schelberg of Proskauer Rose sells Yves Chelsea condo to family of Max Mara co-owner [Post, 3rd item]
6. Why Republicans still vie for The Donald’s approval [NYT]
7. First commemorative plaque honoring historic Village landmarks goes to Justus Schwab Saloon on East 1st Street [DNAinfo]
8. PIX reporter Magee Hickey in contract to sell UES co-op home with nearly $2M listing price [Post, last item]
9. Cynthia Rowley’s Montauk cottage relisted with new agency and reduced asking price [Curbed]
10. The best home for sale sign ever [Miller Samuel]
11. An illuminated proposal for Gary Barnett’s 1,250-foot Broadway tower [NYO]
12. Dream Hotel opens new lobby lounge, as well as roof for summer [Curbed]

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