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Blackstone to pay $737M for majority stake in 40 shopping centers, recliner czar picks up cond-op at the Mark for $7M … and more

February 07, 2013 08:00AM

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1. Blackstone to pay $737 million for majority stake in 40 shopping centers, including in New York [WSJ]
2. Recliner czar picks up cond-op at the Mark for $7 million [NYO]
3. Director of “Fritz the Cat” plans series of animated shorts about Coney Island [Atlantic Cities]
4. Brooklyn Public Library replacement unlikely to be high-rise [Brooklyn Heights Blog]
5. Japanese bric-a-brac store Muji to open at 52 Cooper Square [The Local East Village]
6. Developer behind 400-plus home project in New Jersey suing town for project approval extensions [Law360]
7. RIP Cha Cha’s, an iconic Coney Island watering hole [Gothamist]
8. Recreate Downton Abbey with this wallpaper [Curbed]
9. Pretty in pink on Waverly Street [Washington Square Park Blog]
10. It’s time for New York to embrace the shipping container sauna [Gothamist]
11. Village Scandal, a millinery at 19 East 7th Street, seized by marshal after long eviction battle [EV Grieve]

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