Bridgehampton’s Sandcastle finds renter willing to pay record $500K for two weeks … and more

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Jul.July 21, 2010 08:00 AM

1. Bridgehampton’s Sandcastle finds renter willing to pay record $500K for two weeks [Post]

2. NYCHA finally makes long-awaited repairs to one tenant’s apartment after call from reporter [NYDN]
3. Cohen wins two new leases totaling 80K square feet at 622 Third Avenue [Post, 2nd item]

4. Bronx center for pregnant teens to remain open for at least another year after last-minute funding [NYDN]

5. Chef Charlie Palmer buys $1.6M Devonshire House pied-a-terre [NYO]
6. New Yorkers stumped by city skyline quiz [NYDN]
7. Upper West Side wine bar owners ousted by investors, head to court [Post]

8. Seinfeld’s “Soup Nazi” reopens original Manhattan shop [NY1]
9. New Fort Hamilton commander looks to reopen to the public [Courier-Life via Post]

10. Life at an upstate N.Y. co-op [NYT]
11. The Time & Life Building, as seen in the upcoming episode of “Mad Men” [NYT]
12. Queens tenants displaced by fire say belongings were looted or thrown out in the aftermath [NYDN]

13. Prudential: Commercial real estate to recover faster than in 1990s slump [Reuters]
14. New York, Pennsylvania to sue electric generation plant operator for pollution [WSJ]
15. Eastern Consolidated’s newest partner, David Schechtman, talks about foreign buyers [NYO]


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