Twittering doorman suddenly silent, Park Slope sees commercial vacancies … and more

August 04, 2009 04:27PM

1. Commercial landlords barring bikes from buildings face legal ramifications  [NYDN]
2. Owner of an illegal Subway franchise nailed for operating strip club inside [Post]
3. Brooklyn Heights co-op sells for just $25,000 shy of asking price [Brownstoner]
4. The Twittering doorman tweets no more [Curbed]
5. Dumbo’s Brainstorm Digital will transform Greenpoint to 1920s Atlantic City for Martin Scorsese project [NYDN]
6. Trendy denim brand J Brand jeans signed a five-year lease at 275 West 39th Street [NYO]
7. Key shopping zone in Park Slope littered with vacancies [Brooklyn Paper]
8. 1385 Broadway passes 150,000-square-foot mark in leases this year [Crain’s]
9. Self-guided tour of New York buildings’ lighting designs released [NYT]
10. Preservation committee rejects plans for two-story addition to 72 Poplar Street in Brooklyn Heights [Brownstoner]
11. Bridgehampton home’s market price changed four times since November [Curbed]
12. Two largest U.S. home builders report quarterly losses [Bloomberg]
13. Biggest shopping mall owner sees Q2 earnings drop [Bloomberg]

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