Petition started for Nathan’s landmark status, $55 million view revealed … and more

TRD New York /
Aug.August 03, 2009 05:06 PM

1. Star architect Richard Meier closes office for two weeks in August [NYMag]
2. All 14 units in 320 Bedford Avenue at South Second Street were leased in one day, according to real estate marketing firm report [Brownstoner]
3. Joe Moinian feels buyer’s remorse [NYO]
4. Pictures of the so-called $55 million view at 15 Central Park West revealed [Curbed]
5. Petition started to give Nathan’s Coney Island location landmark status [Brownstoner]
6. $43 million co-op no longer most expensive unit at 2 East 76th Street [NYO]
7. 13-story development popping up at 303 10th Avenue, near the High Line [Curbed]
8. Non-denominational church to take place of nightclub on 95 Leonard Street [Crain’s]
9. A Greenpoint resident decries safety standards at 5 Roebling Street construction site after a scaffolding crash [Brownstoner]
10. Hospitality Holdings CEO Mark Grossich talks niche marketing, dress codes [NYO]
11. Appeal brief filed Friday in Atlantic Yards dispute [Brownstoner]
12. Reports claim only 11 more units needed to be sold at Apthorp [Curbed]
13. Former pedestrian walkway now traffic lane, dubbed “Ratner Road” [The Brooklyn Paper]
14. Saunders & Associates picks up [Curbed]
15. Low- to mid-cost home sales rebounding better than high-end counterparts [WSJ]
16. Construction spending unexpectedly up in June [Bloomberg]

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